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Two days before Scots voted "No" to independence, the leaders of the three main parties agreed to give Scots new powers over tax, welfare and spending and to continue a contested arrangement whereby Scotland receives far more central government funding per head than the rest of Britain.Keen to avoid being cast as a leader who promised Scots a deal but then failed to deliver, Cameron appeared initially to suggest that agreeing new Scottish powers could only be done if new arrangements for England were agreed at the same time.But after SNP Leader Alex Salmond, and even anti-independence politicians, complained about this linkage, sources in Cameron's office said Sunday that a Scottish deal wouldn't be contingent upon an English deal.He and other party leaders now face a tight deadline: to secure cross-party agreement on new powers for Scotland in November.
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