Canon Kenyon Wright talks to us about “unfinished business” and that only with Independence or a radical change to the UK constitution can the original objectives of the Constitutional Convention,which he chaired before the establishment of Holyrood, be achieved!
Most parties agreed to the sovereignty of the Scottish people and not the Crown in parliament when they signed the ‘Claim of Right’ but many do not seem to understand what this means. He tells us that a second question should have been offered and that the challenge to all parties, failing a Yes vote , is to say “what next”. It seems the original Convention never used the word devolution and wished to entrench the power of Holyrood. Unfinished business indeed!