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SNP's Pete Wishart on Scottish and English devolution

The Parliamentary debate on more powers for the Scottish government was being turned into "unseemly spat" on English votes for English laws, said an SNP MP.

Pete Wishart said it was an "inconsequential issue" that Scottish voters did not care about, and MPs should be concentrating on the "solemn vow" from political leaders to Scotland.

He told Andrew Neil that Scotland wanted "maximum devolution" in the wake of the independence referendum.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Commons is discussing the Scottish independence referendum and pledges of more devolution for Scotland made in the final days of the campaign.

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  • 14 Oct 2014
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