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Scottish independence: Labour leader on devolved powers

16 June 2014 Last updated at 14:28 BST

Labour wants to "strike a balance" between a strong Scottish Parliament while getting the "best of both worlds" within the UK, said Johann Lamont.

The Scottish Labour party leader spoke of more powers for the Scottish Parliament within the UK, including taxation, a "more coherent welfare system", and decentralising powers.

The Scottish government has published a draft Scottish constitution for an independent nation, ahead of the Scottish Tories, Labour and Liberal Democrats releasing their plans for further devolution in the event of a No vote.

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