England would never allow radical change to the UK Parliament

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England would never allow radical change to the UK Parliament

IN reply to George McKnight (Letters, February 10), his idea is a non-starter. When Keir Hardie set up the Labour party, his first major recruit was Ramsay MacDonald, the then chairman of one of the Scottish independence parties that merged to form the SNP. The then fledgling Labour Party made it part of their constitution to have home rule for Scotland, England, Wales, and Ireland. This remained as part of the Labour constitution until the Tony Blair era.

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England would never allow radical change to the UK Parliament