What is the point of the second question?
If the second question involves an improved devolution scheme which Westminster is content with, what's the point of asking the question? So we can vote it down anyway out of sheer thrawnness?
If it involves an improved devolution scheme which Westminster won't concede what's the point of asking it then? Nothing will happen even if we cast a hypothetical yes vote.
Power devolved is power retained. You can't have a unilateral declaration of devolution. Within the last ten years nobody made that point with more force than the SNP.
You could of course then threaten the nuclear option of Independence referendum, but you can't do that if you've already asked the Independence question in the same referendum and got a negative answer.
And if you've asked the Independence question and got a positive response?
What's the point of the second question?
Ach, I've said all this already. There's not going to be a Referendum. If there was then those proposing to hold it would be being more serious.