Progressive Politics and the Question of English Votes for English Laws


By Colin Miller


The Conservative government is now committed to introducing some form of English votes for English laws as soon as possible. The
Labour Party and the wider progressive community have to react strategically. This paper discusses how developing localism and devolution, establishing a constitutional convention and developing an all-party campaign for electoral reform would allow progressives to rise to the challenge.

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