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Mr Johnson said that now the referendum is over, Westminster has to "make good" the promises made to Scotland for devolution, however he admitted that it "wouldn't be easy".
He added that devolution should also apply to England: "If there are any more devolved powers for Scotland, that has to be done in tandem with devolution for England as well.
"You can't have a situation in which Scottish MPs can sit in Parliament and vote on stuff that does not affect their constituents - that is absolutely outrageous."
When it came to his fellow No campaigners, Mr Johnson held nothing back, declaring Labour leader Ed Miliband "feeble".
"It is a general comment on the feebleness of Ed Miliband that they [the Labour party] had to summon Gordon Brown to the colours. And he was the hero of the hour.
Many subscribers, not least those from Great Britain, will be as relieved as I am that this service will not be required to comment on the market implications of a break-up in the 307-year old United Kingdom. We will certainly see more devolution, in a progressive, if somewhat politically turbulent, move towards a more federalist system. I think that is not only inevitable but also a positive decentralisation of power and responsibility, more likely to promote than impede GDP growth over the longer term.
Re Boris Johnson, I suspect he is a future Prime Minister, preferably eventually following David Cameron.This section continues in the Subscriber's Area. Back to top