William Hague: what next for the UK and the British constitution?

29 September 2014
<div class="firstPar"><p>The Leader of the Commons William Hague says being fair to everybody in the UK will help ensure the Union stays together and the time is right to reform how the country is governed.</p><p>David Cameron&nbsp;has boldly declared his determination to find a "decisive" solution to the West Lothian question.&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 1em; line-height: 1.5em;">But it is an ambition that might have been described by fictional mandarin Sir Humphrey Appleby as "courageous".</span></p></div><div class="thirdPar"><p>The issue of whether MPs should be able to vote on matters that do not affect their constituents goes back nearly 130 years, when William Gladstone raised it during a debate on Irish Home Rule.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><div>[toc hidden:1]</div>
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