Brown sets out vision for staying in the Union
Keeping Scotland in the United Kingdom is a bigger idea than independence, former prime minister Gordon Brown has insisted.
The ex-Labour leader set out his vision for the country’s future as he attacked First Minister Alex Salmond’s plans for Scotland to leave the UK.
Mr Brown called for legislation to make the Scottish Parliament a permanent and irreversible part of how Britain is governed, claiming it was an “anomaly” of the legislation that established Holyrood that meant the UK Parliament could override it.
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