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Scottish independence: Carmichael on devolved powers

25 March 2014 Last updated at 14:52 GMT

The three main parties opposed to Scottish independence want to give the Holyrood government "more control", said the Scottish secretary.

Alistair Carmichael said it was good for the rest of the UK that Scotland was part of the UK.

He spoke to Jo Coburn about the campaign - and the polls - leading up to the referendum on 18 September after they watched a Daily Politics film about further powers potentially being devolved to Scotland.

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