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Brian Taylor Article written by Brian Taylor Brian Taylor Political editor, Scotland

Let's play a fun game of 'Duopoly'

Here is a fun game you can all play. Take David Cameron's speech today - and project its key offer forward to a time in which income tax has been devolved to Scotland.

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