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It's a very sensible question and it makes even more sense in the age of devolution and an upcoming referendum in Scotland. Of course politicians who are not representing English constituencies should not be able to vote on matters that only effect England, just as the McKay commission has said. But this should not be a one way street. So I pose "The West Anglia Question".
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I think that's fair, so when we in Wales want something devolved, only Welsh MPs should be allowed to decide whether they should or not. As we have seen before, having a majority of Welsh MPs that represent unionist parties who take their orders from London means that we aren't likely to see the vote go our way. But it would make it far easier to show the Welsh public how much their unionist MPs are holding us back.
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