Two-question ballot illogical, says Labour peer Lord Foulkes
A former Scotland Office minister is calling for a "double referendum" to determine Scotland's constitutional future.
Labour peer Lord Foulkes has said there should be two separate votes - the first one to decide on independence.
If that vote was defeated, a second ballot could be held on further devolution.
Lord Foulkes told BBC Radio Scotland's Good Morning Scotland programme: "Well there has been a lot of discussion about two questions at the one time on the one ballot paper or two ballot papers making the decision simultaneously, and that would confuse things."
02 Feb 2012