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Essay heading: Impact of the Proposed Devolution for Scotland
 
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Written by: Eithne Whaley
Date added: July 1, 2009
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Among the areas of responsibility, which will remain at Westminster, are - overseas affairs, defence, national security, economic and monetary policy, employment legislation and social security. Of the 62% of the electorate who turned out to the referendum, 68% agreed that the Scottish parliament should have some tax raising powers, there is however a limit on the amount this tax can be raised which will be up to 3p in the pound...
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A tax-raising assembly is probably a necessary development before the fundamental choice that has to be taken between independence or otherwise integration into the union… the financial relationships between a Scottish Assembly and a suspicious England will win no votes. Possibly it might lead to enduring resentment...
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