Veteran Labour MP Gerald Kaufman offered a withering assessment of William Hague's plans for 'English votes for English laws', saying even a dog "would turn up its nose" at the proposals.
ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship is following developments.
Gerald Kaufman: it's not right to call Hague's proposals as a dog's breakfast because any sensible dog would rightly turn up its nose
Former cabinet minister Jack Straw also hit out at the Conservatives over their past opposition to devolution to Scotland and Wales.
Jack Straw: can I remind William Hague that it was his party's policy to OPPOSE devolution to Scotland and to Wales
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