Quebec Premier visits Scotland


The nationalist premier of Quebec, Pauline Marois, has held talks with Alex Salmond in Edinburgh.

On the agenda was both leaders' ambition for constitutional change.

The French speaking province of Quebec has held two independence referendums. One in 1980 and one in 1995 which the nationalists lost by 49% to 51%.

BBC Scotland political correspondent has been speaking to Madame Marois.

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