David Cameron and Nicola Sturgeon have met at the Scottish Parliament
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New Scottish Parliament powers bill published

Proposed legislation to give new powers to the Scottish Parliament has been published by the UK government.

The plans to devolve financial, tax and other powers were set out after the "No" vote in September's independence referendum.

Prime Minister David Cameron said Westminster ministers had kept their promise to strengthen Holyrood.

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said it was a "significant watering down" of what had been promised.

James Cook reports.

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