UKIP’s leader Nigel Farage has committed his party to stopping Scottish MPs from voting on English laws in the British Parliament, following the rejection of a sensible English Parliament policy by the UKIP National Executive – the new ” policy will mimic the Conservative Party.
Nigel Farage believes the proposals will help prevent strain being put on the United Kingdom following the creation of the Scottish Parliament, but is merely a sticking plaster..
Mr Farage also expressed his concern over the risk that English Nationalism will “build up”, and highlighted his personal “British” credentials.
“People will become increasingly resentful that decisions are being made in England by people from other parts of the UK on matters that that English people did not have a say on elsewhere,”
“I think it is a dangerous thing to allow resentment to build up in a country. We have got to make the rules fair now.”