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SNP will form minority government if Greens end deal

Summary
The SNP will form a minority government if the Scottish Greens vote to ditch their power-sharing agreement, BBC Scotland News understands. Green members are to vote on whether to remain in government after the SNP scrapped key climate change targets. Co-leader Patrick Harvie said things had “come to a head” with calls from members for a debate about the way forward. The Greens are to hold an extraordinary general meeting to decide the issue. The BBC understands it is expected to hear a single motion on "whether the party continues to co-operate with the Scottish government or not". First Minister Humza Yousaf has said he values the power-sharing deal - known as the Bute House agreement - and does not expect it to be scrapped.

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