Devo Max is now off the ballot paper. Is the Scotland Act of 2012 the equivalent to Devo Max, in terms of the extended powers given to the Scottish parliament? If not,Devo Max is dead. It seemed Devo Max was a valid option to put on the ballot paper. Tories have axed it because they hope people with an appetite for Devo Max will now vote no to independence, and the SNP believe Devo Max voters will now vote yes. Cynical all round. Devo Max voters are disenfranchised. Where was the Scottish Labour Party or Scottish Liberal Party on this one. No Party has championed what some of the electorate had an appetite for, namely federalism. It should have been reflected on the ballot paper.Maybe they all thought us too thick to deal with three concepts....
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