Option 1 (Con): Exclude Scottish MPs altogether
The most radical option, it would change forever the nature of United Kingdom as we know it. It would exclude Scottish MPs from debating and voting on swathes of legislation (such as health, education and in future taxation) which does not affect Scotland. Scottish MPs would in effect become "second class" Members.
If Scottish MPs are second class members Welsh MPs would be third class . It could mean a Parliament within a parliament . With English MPs having the sane devolved powers as Scottish MSPs .T could lead to a Majority of English MPs being Tories and having no Welsh representation . Welsh MPs will have no real say in the decisions (rather like now).
Option 2 (Con): Give English MPs power over the detail of Bills
This is a slightly watered-down version of the first option, but still amounts to a virtual veto for English MPs.Again there no mention of Welsh (or Northern Irish MPs)will they have imput?
Only they would vote at the crucial Committee and Report stages of Bills, where legislation can be amended. All MPs could vote at the final Third Reading, where Bills cannot be amended. This option would give English MPs “the decisive say”, the command paper says.
Option 3 (Con): Give English MPs a vetoIf English Mps have a Veto then surely this should also apply to Welsh MPS vetoing laws that affect Wales . For instance raising Airport Duties which is deemed by Cameron and by Labour (or not|) wales is not worthy of having these powers devolved.
The committee stage of Bills affecting England would only be taken by an English Grand Committee of MPs in proportion to their parties’ representation in the Commons.
The English Grand Committee could have other powers, including over the allocation of local council finance or police grants. MPs from across the UK would be able to sit at other stages of Bills.
Option 4 (Lib Dem): Give English MPs a veto - with proportional representationAgain What of Welsh MPs? . I Actually it could give the Tories in Wales more say as if their votes do not match their seats .
Same as option 3, but with the crucial proviso that English MPs voting at committee stage should be selected in proportion to the votes cast in England rather than the number of seats won.
I share with the LidDems the need for PR but really!
This would effectively means that a the English Parliament within a parliament as a form of PR which is not applied in any Western Democracy as far I know)
We can only ponder if Ffion lent over Hague's shoulder as he was drawing up this dog 'breakfast and said .
You remember you were once Welsh Secretary where do we fit in?
Alas if it happened there was no answer.