The ‘English Majority Lock’ (EML): A simple solution to the West Lothian Question (via A National Conversation For England)

Many questions that appear intractable often admit of a simple solution if you can find a better way of posing the question. The West Lothian Question is one such conundrum. In its original form, in the parliamentary question raised by MP Tam Dalyell in 1977, it asks: "For how long will English constituencies and English Honourable Members tolerate . . . at least 119 Honourable Members from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland exercising an impor … Read More

via A National Conversation For England

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I am and Englishman who is fed up with the way the Government and others treats the people of England

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