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Gordon Brown’s recent suggestion on ‘Home Rule’ for Scotland along Federal lines raises an interesting point about Scotland’s Constitutional settlement.
During the 2014 Independence Referendum campaign many people complained about the lack of a third option on the ballot paper. Called many things, mainly Devo-Max, it was likened to a federal system giving Scotland greater powers within the UK. However that option was never offered and the vote was restricted to a straight Yes or No question on Independence.
With a turnout of almost 85% and a majority of nearly 400,000, the Referendum should have put an end to the issue but it clearly hasn’t. Many are still unhappy and the issue remains a serious distraction. It would therefore be helpful to get a clearer picture of what the people of Scotland actually want.
The status quo
We voted to remain in the Union and that should be the end of the matter for the foreseeable future.
We wish Scotland to become an Independent Country and to leave the UK
Neither of the above is satisfactory and we need a Federal settlement as described by DevoSimple
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