A journalist standing in Downing Street holds cardboard cutouts of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (R) and Ed Miliband, the leader of the opposition Labour Party, in central London, March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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The opposition Labour Party's hopes of winning a May 7 national election in Britain outright remain clouded by a collapse in support in Scotland, a poll showed Monday, boosting nationalists there who hope to hold the balance of power.Support for the Scottish National Party (SNP) was 43 percent, unchanged from the last ICM poll in December, when Labour elected a new leader for its Scottish wing.Labour leader Ed Miliband, who has ruled out a formal coalition with the SNP but not a looser issue-by-issue agreement, said Monday the SNP would "not in a million years" be involved in writing a future Labour budget.
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