We provide an English perspective on the on-going constitutional crisis currently playing itself out. If the Union is to be saved, Nick Timothy concludes there is only one sustainable course of action available:
"A federal system with an English government and parliament would help to fix the constitutional mess we are in, and provide a fair solution to England. And perhaps, in doing so, it might provide a convincing Unionist argument for Scotland.
Not only would the powers reserved for the UK government and parliament reflect some of the most popular aspects of the Union for Scottish voters – the military, currency and UK single market – but by granting self-government to England, it would show that ministers were serious about granting true, lasting self-government to Scotland within the Union."
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