Scotland bill ‘falls short of previous cross-party recommendations’ | Politics | The Guardian

Let’s hope the Scottish Nationalists finally realise that the enemy was always the former Coalition parties, and that they will have serious difficulty in getting their way, now that they have to negotiate with a Conservative majority government.

Scottish parliamentary committee report says legislative clauses do not meet the spirit or substance of recommendations on welfare and benefits.

Source: Scotland bill ‘falls short of previous cross-party recommendations’ | Politics | The Guardian

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2 Thoughts to “Scotland bill ‘falls short of previous cross-party recommendations’ | Politics | The Guardian”

  1. Joan Edington

    So now it’s called negotiation? When the SNP said they would want more powers if a Labour government was formed, it was blackmail.

    1. Mike Sivier

      Was it? Labour was offering more anyway.

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