First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond arrives to address the Scottish Parliament
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Salmond: 'Energised electorate' will push through progress

Scotland's First Minister, Alex Salmond, speaking at the Scottish Parliament for the first time since the no vote, has said the country's politicians have a duty to ensure promises to devolve more powers to Edinburgh are delivered.

Meanwhile, David Cameron, while on a trip to New York, has appeared to let slip the Queen's reaction after he rang her to tell her the result of the Scottish referendum - he said she purred.

Lorna Gordon reports from Holyrood

  • 23 Sep 2014
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