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PMQs: Robertson and Miliband on Scottish devolution

The SNP Westminster leader Angus Robertson attacked the Conservatives, Lib Dems and Labour over Scottish devolution, and accused them of "not proposing the real home rule that was promised".

He asked Ed Miliband and David Cameron if they realised that Scotland voters were "sick of the Westminster parties", but claimed the SNP would always put Scotland first.

The prime minister said the coalition government had taken part in a "massive exercise of devolution" to the Scottish Parliament and extra powers would follow whoever won the general election..

He then criticised hospital waiting times in Scotland under an SNP government, as he looked at comparisons between England, Scotland and Wales.

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  • 04 Feb 2015
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