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Scottish devolution 'a success'

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How have things changed since Scotland voted in favour of creating its own parliament in 1998? The Calman Commission on Scottish devolution is to publish its first report looking at the big questions that define the relationship between Scotland and the rest of the UK. Head of the Commission Sir Kenneth Calman considers if Scotland is tiptoeing towards a statement of a written constitution.

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