When I visit a country I really enjoy understanding what is happening today as well as what has happened in history. Last September Scotland voted to stay in the UK and leading up to it, we had a great thread on the topic. After the vote, Cameron resolved to have a command paper done by the end of October, a cross party agreement by St. Andrew's Day and proposed legislation by Burn's Night. Here's the Scotsman's article ahead of Cameron's speech in parliament. And here's a link to the Smith Commission Report. Take a look at it. I skimmed it and was very intrigued.
The whole process is fascinating and impressive as 1. it happened quickly and 2. I can actually understand a lot of what is in the document so they actually use reasonably clear language.
You can tell from the Scotsman commenters that the die hard SNP membership is still unhappy, but it will be interesting to see what the majority of Scots think about all of this. It will be interesting to follow and see what gets adopted and if it makes any changes.
What do you think?