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What was the effect of the Scotland Act 1998?

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The Scotland Act 1998 was a significant piece of legislation that granted devolved powers to Scotland, leading to the establishment of the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Executive. This act marked a major step in the devolution process, giving Scotland the authority to legislate on various domestic issues. The ability to set their own income tax rates came later with the Scotland Act 2016.


Key Point: The Scotland Act 1998 is a pivotal law in the context of devolution in the UK, establishing the Scottish Parliament and granting significant legislative powers to Scotland.

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