Sunday, June 10, 2007

Brian Wilson

The former Scottish Office minister Brian Wilson has an interesting column in today's Scotland on Sunday. In it, he analyses the Government's handling of the so-called Memorandum of Agreement the Prime Minister negotiated with Libya and argues that the Scotland Office's failure to spot the danger of not consulting the Scottish Executive sprang, in part, from its downgrading post-devolution. He also argues, uniquely among commentators I think, that the post of Secretary of State for Scotland should be restored to its autonomous position within Cabinet. You can read the whole article by clicking here.


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