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Scottish Independence: New powers if Scotland votes no

25 March 2014 Last updated at 11:34 GMT

Recent polls show found the gap narrowing in the Scottish independence campaign, but the no campaign remains in the lead.

One poll by ICM for Scotland on Sunday found a swing of five percentage points would bring Scotland to the cusp of independence, and a large proportion of Scots remain unconvinced that a no vote would deliver a more powerful Scottish Parliament.

In a Daily Politics film, Adam Fleming looked at the extra powers the Scottish Parliament could gain within the UK, should Scotland reject independence. He spoke to Labour's Michael McCann, Lib Dem Sir Menzies Campbell, Tory Lord Strathclyde and the SNP's Angus Robertson.

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