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Conservatives plan English MPs 'veto' on English laws

MPs representing Scottish constituencies would be stripped of the power to "impose" income tax rate changes on the rest of the UK under a parliamentary shake-up planned by the Conservatives.

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English votes for English laws 'would be fair all round'

William Hague has described how English votes for English laws would work in the UK Parliament.

The former Foreign Secretary told Good Morning Britain that: "If we're proposing to change the level of health spending in England then that does have an affect on Scotland and that is for all MPs to vote on. But if we're voting on how to share out the health spending in England in the different parts of England that should require the agreement of the English MPs."

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