The Scottish National Party (SNP) has seen its membership surge by almost 5,000 following its defeat in the independence referendum, party officials said.
The party says its membership now stands at 30,486, a rise of 4,884 from Thursday when it was 25,642.
The independence debate sparked a massive interest in politics, leading to the highest ever turnout in any UK ballot and SNP business convener Derek Mackay said many of those who had joined the party since the vote would be new to politics.
Seeing our membership spike by nearly 5,000 is incredibly encouraging...many will be new to politics and they will continue the legacy of the referendum, and the amazing level of engagement we saw.
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