Sturgeon: 'PM will consider more powers proposals'
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Prime Minister David Cameron have met for the first time since last week's general election for talks on devolving further powers to Scotland.
Speaking after the meeting at Bute House, Ms Sturgeon told the BBC's James Cook that the meeting had been positive.
She said Mr Cameron had agreed to look at the Scottish government's proposals for further powers for Scotland, beyond those laid out by the Smith Commission.
15 May 2015
- From the section Scotland