Gordon Brown proposes 'stronger Scottish Parliament'
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has said the Scottish Parliament's powers will be boosted if voters reject independence.
Mr Brown said a "No" vote would see an "enhancing" of Holyrood's powers with greater control over finance, welfare and taxation.
It is understood the three main Westminster parties will formally back Mr Brown's timetable on Tuesday.
The SNP has said the "No" campaign is in a state of "absolute panic".
08 Sep 2014
- From the section UK Politics