The deupty leader of Ukip has slammed Conservative palns for English MPs to be given vetoes.
Paul Nuttall says the proposals panders to the culture of "back room stitch-ups."
We cannot have the tail wagging the dog.
It would create chaos where one group of MPs were being pitted against another. It would be cleaner and fairer for English only issues to be voted on by MPs in English constituencies.
It is likely that after the General Election there will be more SNP members of parliament sitting in Westminster whose concern will be Scotland and not what is best for England. In that situation these plans would add layers of process and confusion to legislating and lead to back room deals being made far away from the voters eyes.
Why are the Tories are climbing down for English only votes? Is there already a back room stitch-up?
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