Leader of the opposition Labour Party, Ed Miliband speaks during a UK general election campaign event in London, April 26, 2015. AFP/LEON NEAL
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British opposition leader Ed Miliband appeared to go a step further Sunday in ruling out a deal with the pro-independence Scottish National Party (SNP) if he fails to win next month's election outright.This indicates that neither of the two main parties will win outright and will have to team up with one or more smaller parties to form a coalition or minority government.SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon, whose party is expected to win most of Scotland's House of Commons seats amid surging support after last year's rejected independence referendum, wants to do a post-election deal with Labour.Cameron's party claims the SNP would pull Labour further to the left and put the United Kingdom at risk by pushing for another referendum.
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