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The leaders of Scottish Labour, the Scottish Conservatives and the Scottish Liberal Democrats rarely come together to make announcements. But they have made a promise to Scottish voters that if they vote 'no' in the independence referendum, Holyrood will be given more power.
The SNP say the only way to gain more power is to vote 'yes' and become independent.
The three main Unionist parties in Scotland are promising more powers for Holyrood if Scots vote 'No' in September's independence referendum.
Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats each have their own plan for further devolution. But they united today to promise that whoever wins the next UK election will hand more powers to the Scottish parliament.
The SNP say the only way Holyrood will become more powerful is with a 'Yes' vote.
ITV spoke to Ruth Davidson MSP, Leader of Scottish Conservatives, and Jim Eadie MSP, Scottish National Party on the matter.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie, Scottish Labour Party leader Johann Lamont and Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson have published the following statement whereby they guaranteed to deliver more powers to Scotland in the event of a 'no' vote in September's referendum.