Devolution has created a United Kingdom in which Scotland and Wales have national executives while England does not.
The Scottish Parliament has full executive powers independent of the UK in 75% of governance matters. No English MP has any voice at all in such matters as they affect Scotland.
Scottish MPs can both initiate and vote on Acts of Parliament concerning education and the NHS in England.
Constitutionally there are three sorts of people in the island of Great Britain. There are those who are Scottish and British, those who are Welsh and British and those who are just British.
At the moment there is no voice for England in any of the various institutions that help shape EU policy, the conduct of EU business, or the awarding of EU grants.
“There’s a possibility that a Scotsman is going to rule over me. A Scotsman who comes from a constituency where my member of parliament, who I elected, has no say whatsoever.” (Too late Michael, it's happened).Q. Should there be an English parliament?
Sir Michael Caine.
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