EVEL and the Union: House of Lords Constitution Committee

Evidence
Michael Kenny

The government’s proposals for introducing EVEL are, on one level, an internal matter for the House of Commons. Yet they also raise substantial constitutional questions that extend far beyond the lower chamber, including whether it is appropriate for England to now be treated as a distinctive political unit with a right to greater say over its own domestic affairs. 

Constitution Committee_EVEL and the Union.pdf (526.97 KB, application/pdf)

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