Lords get more say on Scotland Bill than the Scottish National Party

ENGLISH votes for English laws sounds perfectly reasonable on the surface – as long as we get Scottish votes for Scottish laws as well.

But there’s the rub. Under the current set up, all manner of Scottish matters are decided by English MPs – more often than not of the Tory persuasion

This week, a senior Tory even said the Scotland Bill is an “English only” law.

The “leader of the house” Chris Grayling included it in a list of England-only legislation requested by the newly elected SNP MP for Aberdeen North, Kirsty Blackman.

Read the rest of my column here.

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