School of Politics and International Relations

Professor Michael Kenny, Labour on wrong side of argument as far as English votes for English laws are concerned

15 July 2015

Professor Michael Kenny, Director of the Mile End Institute, has written a blog piece for the New Statesman on the debate surrounding English Votes for English Laws (Evel as it has come to be known) and the implications of the delay on a foxhunting vote earlier this week. He writes: “There are good reasons to believe that this turn of events could strengthen the government’s hand on Evel, and lead its political opponents into difficult, unpredictable waters.”
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