Should MPs representing Scottish seats at Westminster be able to vote on laws that only affect England and Wales? (English views)

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"Because of the existence of the Scottish Parliament, MPs in the House of Commons representing Scottish seats are able to vote on laws that only affect people living in England and Wales, while MPs representing English seats do not have the right to vote on similar laws only affecting Scotland. Do you think that MPs representing Scottish seats in the House of Commons should or should not have this right? (England)"

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