Salmond sets out plans for Scottish referendum
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has set out the question he intends to ask voters in a referendum on Scottish independence.
The SNP leader said Scots would be asked: "Do you agree that Scotland should be an independent country?" in a ballot which he wants to hold in 2014.
But a consultation launched by Mr Salmond asks if voters favour a second question on more Holyrood powers.
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25 Jan 2012
- From the section UK Politics