English Votes on English Laws: Interim Paper

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This paper, by Prof Michael Kenny and Daniel Gover, was submitted as writtren evidence to the House of Commons Procedure Committee inquiry into English Votes for English Laws (EVEL). It is based on research being conducted at the Mile End Institute at Queen Mary University of London, and is supported by the Centre on Constitutional Change and the Economic and Social Research Council. 
The study's final conclusions and recommendations will be published in a detailed report later in 2016.

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