Were you to ask me, which no one ever would, I’d say that though I’d love to see an English Parliament – Westminster actually – it needs wait just now for various reasons.
For a start, there needs to be far more direct democracy, which many will agree with and suffrage based on merit, which almost no one will agree with, i.e. the snowflakes and freeloading foreigners need to sit a test of basic English language plus basic English history which is not difficult to put together – it was my field for so long, I could put together such test.
Ah yes, you say, but the leftists will hijack that and that’s so.
The current reality is that there are many Scots not into Krankie and her Marxism and they voted for Union. OK, I’m happy enough to postpone the English parliament long enough to see off those SNP nutters [Salmond too and the Fenians across the water].
In other words, IMHO, it is a higher priority to slap down Sturgeon just now than to force the English parliament. But then again, it’s been set up that way to keep us in Union, hasn’t it, and to frustrate English hopes of our own parliament.
There is an almighty fear across Europe and maybe even in America that the English might rise again. The PTB at Chatham House and in the Masonic halls want no rising of the English against all the other guff they’ve created, even to the point of wrecking society to achieve it [see Alastair Campbell for details].
Therefore, it seems to be a wise thing to support that which the PTB don’t want, by definition. And at the moment they want Britain in and Scotland out. Let’s for now give neither of these. We can have that English parliament debate after we’ve achieved the first two. Perfectly happy though to be persuaded on this.