Sunday, December 18, 2005

Have the security services infiltrated the Scottish National Party in order to undermine it?


According to a story in the Scottish Sunday express, 18 December 2005, the Special Branch may be using informants against the SNP.

Christine Grahame, the SNP's Social Justice spokeswoman, is quoted as saying:

"It is our understanding following information received from a police source that a number of files are being actively maintained by Special Branch in forces across Scotland."

The claims first surfaced during the SNP conference in Aviemore in September 2005 when Ms Grahame accused police of using informants working within the party to build up secret files.

She told delegates it was 'an orchestrated attempt to undermine the party.'

Ms Grahame said:

'We know from previous disclosures that the British Government has kept dozens of secret files on the SNP over the years.

'Some of these files expose how UK Ministers have deliberately lied to the people of Scotland over the massive benefits Scotland would derive through independence.'


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