Our ancestor organisation, the Scots National League, was formed in London in 1921, and the London branch was one

As was the case for the party as a whole, the branch had a very successful decade and the

The 1980s saw the SNP membership shrink from nearly 80,000 at the beginning of the decade to 10,000 by

The branch started to rebuild in the early 1990s when Labour Party defector Joe Taylor became convenor. Joe was

Paul Martin was the decade’s first convener in 2000. Following Paul’s tenure the branch held its first hustings for

The 2010s would be the most significant decade for the London branch, and indeed for the party since its