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Cameron holds talks on devolution future

David Cameron is hosting a summit of senior Conservative MPs at Chequers to discuss plans to limit the Commons voting rights of Scottish MPs.

It follows the pledge made by the prime minister to give Scotland more powers during the referendum campaign.

Downing Street has insisted that more powers will be handed to Holyrood regardless of whether there is an agreement over so-called "English votes for English laws".

But some Labour and Liberal Democrat MPs say it is not a matter to be solved in Conservative "briefings".

The BBC's Mike Sergeant reports.

  • 22 Sep 2014
  • From the section UK
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