An interview with the leader of the SNP at Westminster has been featured in today’s Western Morning News.
One extract from the interview with Angus Robertson is as follows:
Mr Robertson admits he has only been to Cornwall once, when he played the violin at Truro Cathedral with the Edinburgh Secondary School orchestra. But he says he “wishes Cornwall well” in its bid for greater devolution.
“It is for people to decide their own future and I don’t think anyone should stand in the way of people’s aspirations,” he said.
“There has been a long-standing campaign for more decision-making in Cornwall and if that’s what people want, that’s what people in Cornwall should have.”