Wednesday, February 08, 2006

English "sorts of problems"

What "sorts of problems" is Tony Blair referring to when he states that Scottish, Welsh and Northern Ireland MPs should not be ruled out from voting on England-only issues? Have the Scots and Welsh had problems defining what legislation they can vote on? They want more legislation, not less!

Tragically, Oliver Heald, the Shadow Secretary of State for constitutional affairs, has his own "sorts of problems".

"In ruling out English votes for English laws, he is thinking of the Labour Party's interests rather than the interests of the United Kingdom."

Did Oliver really mean the "interests of England"?

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