A Commons with no majority – so no radical Conservative measures? You’ve forgotten about EVEL

“The received wisdom is that the Conservative Party cannot put forward any truly radical policy proposals”, but Alex Morton disagrees.

In his regular column for the Conservative Home website, Morton highlights how English Votes for England Laws (EVEL) could allow the government – unable to command a majority of the Commons as a whole – to put forward and pass a bold, positive domestic agenda.

Click here to read the full piece on the ConHome website.

Date Added: Thursday 20th September 2018