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Island is a good example of 'devo max'

Thu, 01 Mar 2012

The Isle of Man's parliamentary system may be a good example of how the Scottish Government could work in future.

Independence for Scotland or the alternative, devolution, are being debated at the moment.

A journalist from BBC2 Scotland visited the Isle of Man this week to prepare a report about how our parliamentary democracy works.

Interviews were taken with Chief Minister Allan Bell and House of Keys Speaker Steve Rodan and part of this week's Keys sitting was filmed.

It's been suggested the Island is a good example "devo max."

The feature for Newsnight Scotland is expected to air sometime next week.


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