Wednesday, 13 June 2018 08:42

Westminster votes to strip Scotland of powers - Devolution is Dead

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WIth only nineteen minutes of debating time, mostly done by Tory Cabinet Secretary David Lidington, they voted to strip Scotland of some if it's powers. Devolution is dead after Brexit.

All of Labour, including Sottish Labour abstained, apart from Dennis Skinner.

Westminster will now proceed with it's plan against the will of Scotland's parliament.

You won't hear this on the radio, or see this on the news, or read it in the the majority of newspapers. Funny that, isn't it?

Last modified on Wednesday, 13 June 2018 09:00

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