The Smith Commission lets Scotland down

Yesterday the Scots celebrated their beloved patron saint, St Andrews. For many in Scotland the celebrations were spoilt by the recently released report of the Smith Commission. The commission was set up by Prime Minister David Cameron after the vote against Scottish independence.


It was an initiative supported by all parties, especially by the three major one (Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrats), who vowed Scotland would have more power if it stayed with the United Kingdom. Its scope was then to create a set for inter-party talks in order to define measures that would make the Scottish Parliament’s powers stronger and more inclusive.

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