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Musselburgh, East Lothian

Duration:
48 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 13 January 2012

Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from Loretto School in Musselburgh, East Lothian with Secretary of State for Scotland, Michael Moore; Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland, Margaret Curran; journalist and broadcaster, Lesley Riddoch; and Scottish Finance Secretary, SNP MSP John Swinney.

Producer: Victoria Wakely.

Chapters

5 items
  • British identity

    Question One: Do all the members of the panel feel British?

  • Scottish Referendum

    Question Two: Scotland is part of a United Kingdom. Why is it democratic to exclude the majority of the electorate in England, the Six Counties and Wales from a referendum on that Union?

  • Voting age in the Referendum

    Question Three: Does the panel believe that sixteen or seventeen year-olds should be able to vote?

  • Scottish Independence and finance

    Question Four: Can Scotland afford to be independent?

  • Devo-max

    Question Five: Will devo-max really secure Scotland's economic, social and political future?

  • Jonathan Dimbleby and Panel at Loretto School

    Jonathan Dimbleby and Panel at Loretto School

    Jonathan Dimbleby with panellists and pupils at Loretto School, Musselburgh. Panellists (left to right): Michael Moore, Lesley Riddoch, Margaret Curran and John Swinney.

    Photograph courtesy of Loretto School.

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