With the fuss surrounding the timing of Scottish Independence Referendum, it makes me wonder whether the party has missed the mood of the public once again. Either that or our leaders were very short sighted in the first place.
When devolution was proposed, one obvious question was not answered. What to do with
As a proud Englishman I feel outraged that Welsh and Scottish MPs can enforce laws on the people of
I believe that an English Parliament is the only way ahead, allowing English people to vote for parliamentarians to make decisions that directly affect them; on health, on education and on economic development.
We should have taken a bold stance in 1997, setting up a parliament in each of the countries to allow local representatives to make decisions on local issues. Then one Federal Government to make decisions that affect the
Voters know exactly what they want. They often vote for one party to represent them locally, yet another nationally.
Without empowerment for the people