LABOUR has accused Alex Salmond of giving up on independence as one of his former special advisers claimed supporters may have to accept a "slower pace" to achieve it.
LABOUR has accused Alex Salmond of giving up on independence as one of his former special advisers claimed supporters may have to accept a \"slower pace\" to achieve it.
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Kate Devlin UK Political Correspondent
Duncan Hamilton said supporters of a split from the Union may have to back the devo-max option if it remained the most popular in 2014.
But the Yes campaign leader, Blair Jenkins, insisted he would campaign only on the issue in what opposition parties claimed was a split with the SNP's stance. This came as it emerged Mr Salmond has described the second question option as a "very attractive argument".
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