Membership of the Scottish National Party (SNP) has reached the 10,000 mark again, the party’s Inverness conference has been told.
The Nationalists’ newest recruit is Bushra Bashir, a 21-year-old student from Glasgow.
Meanwhile, delegates have backed a call for Scottish history to be taught in all primary and secondary schools.
And returning party leader Alex Salmond kick-started a drive to win seats in the next general election.
Membership had dipped badly before the leadership contest.
SNP deputy leader Nicola Sturgeon told activists on Wednesday that recent months had seen a surge from just over 8,000 at the start of the leadership battle that followed John Swinney’s resignation after the party’s poor showing in the European elections.
(Read more: BBC)
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