How England should be governed

The Scottish independence debate has served to reignite discussions about England’s constitutional position. These discussions include whether Scottish MPs should have the right to vote on English laws (the so-called West Lothian question), whether England should have its own devolved Parliament, and whether city regions should have more control over key policy areas such as transport and planning.

This section contains questions that ask people in England how they feel England should be governed, and explores people’s perceptions of what this will mean for them in the future.

The Scottish independence debate has served to reignite discussions about England’s constitutional position. These discussions include whether Scottish MPs should have the right to vote on English laws (the so-called West Lothian question), whether England should have its own devolved Parliament, and whether city regions should have more control over key policy areas such as transport and planning. This section contains questions that ask people in England how they feel England should be governed, and explores people’s perceptions of what this will mean for them in the future.

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