Sturgeon: Deal guarantees referendum "made in Scotland"
The Scottish and UK governments have both said they have achieved what they wanted from negotiations for an independence referendum.
Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore told the BBC the agreement would allow the debate to get under way.
Meanwhile, Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the details meant the ballot would be "made in Scotland".
Ms Sturgeon told the Sunday Politics that giving 16 and 17 -year-olds the right to vote in the referendum was "the right thing to do".
14 Oct 2012