The Prime Minister hailed his Government's 19-bill legislative programme for the year ahead as a Queen's Speech to rebuild Britain.
But the Labour opposition claimed it offered 'no change and no hope'.
The programme includes reducing the burden on business, establishing a Green Investment Bank in Edinburgh, reforming the state and public service pensions and reform of the House of Lords.
Scotland Tonight discussed the issue with the assistant editor of the Scotsman newspaper Peter MacMahon, and political commentator David Torrance
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