ALEX Salmond has given his strongest hint yet there will be two questions in the independence referendum, by saying the Scottish people have a fundamental "right to decide" on whether Holyrood should have full tax powers, known as devo max.
ALEX Salmond has given his strongest hint yet there will be two questions in the independence referendum, by saying the Scottish people have a fundamental \"right to decide\" on whether Holyrood should have full tax powers, known as devo max.
Alex Salmond made his comments after giving a speech in San Francisco Photograph:PA
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EXCLUSIVE BY TOM GORDON, SCOTTISH POLITICAL EDITOR
The First Minister, who until now has confined his comments to saying he is open-minded about a second question, also said there was a "very attractive argument" for devo max.
The remarks, made recently in America, come amid growing speculation that Salmond intends to defy Westminster by including a second question about enhanced powers in the 2014 ballot.
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