The English question

by Robert Hazell | 03 April 2006
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England remains a gaping hole in the devolution settlement. Devolution will not be complete, and the settlement may not be stable, until the English Question has been solved. This book explains the different formulations of the question - does England need to find its own political voice following devolution to Scotland and Wales? Do the English to want an English Parliament, Regional assemblies in England; or 'English votes on English laws'? Are the English content to muddle through, with no separate representation or political voice? The book opens with three historical chapters to root the current debates strongly in their historical context. It is also up to date, with analysis of the North East referendum result, and of the feasibility of English votes on English laws. This is an important and timely book, written by the leading experts in the field. It will be of interest to policy makers and practitioners, and to academics and students of devolution.
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England remains a gaping hole in the devolution settlement. Devolution will not be complete, and the settlement may not be stable, until the English Question has been solved. This book explains the different formulations of the question - does England need to find its own political voice following devolution to Scotland and Wales? Do the English to want an English Parliament, Regional assemblies in England; or 'English votes on English laws'? Are the English content to muddle through, with no separate representation or political voice? The book opens with three historical chapters to root the current debates strongly in their historical context. It is also up to date, with analysis of the North East referendum result, and of the feasibility of English votes on English laws. This is an important and timely book, written by the leading experts in the field. It will be of interest to policy makers and practitioners, and to academics and students of devolution.
Currently out of stock
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67 Reward Points

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€22.39
Currently out of stock
Delivery 5-7 Days
Eligible for free delivery
67 Reward Points

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England remains a gaping hole in the devolution settlement. Devolution will not be complete, and the settlement may not be stable, until the English Question has been solved. This book explains the different formulations of the question - does England need to find its own political voice following devolution to Scotland and Wales? Do the English to want an English Parliament, Regional assemblies in England; or 'English votes on English laws'? Are the English content to muddle through, with no separate representation or political voice? The book opens with three historical chapters to root the current debates strongly in their historical context. It is also up to date, with analysis of the North East referendum result, and of the feasibility of English votes on English laws. This is an important and timely book, written by the leading experts in the field. It will be of interest to policy makers and practitioners, and to academics and students of devolution.

Product Details

The English question

ISBN9780719073694

FormatPAPERBACK

Publisher (03 April. 2006)

No. of Pages256

Weight444

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 234 x 156 x 24