Would this be a apt shake-up to devolution that would increase regional equality and dwindling bureaucracy?

* Construct Parliaments in English regions and Cornwall (obviously England is far larger than the rest of the UK so it will be needed to be split up into the
* MP's sitting at newly created Parliaments will be the existing MP's from constituencies surrounded by each region.
* Delay elections to the Scottish and Welsh Assemblies until the next standard election.
* Same method of MP's in regions to sit at Assemblies to be implement in Scotland and Wales.
* Budgets will be dispersed according to population.
* All Assemblies will be able to oscillate the income tax, VAT and corporation tax by a absolute amount (not an expert so I shall not guess) though will have to make it up for contained by spending cuts
* Assemblies will be able to change the voting system by a referendum.
* Scotland will gain all of the profits from its oil.
* All assemblies will know how to adjust the minimum wage.
* All assemblies shall also have all of the powers that exist surrounded by the Scottish Parliament (Wales shall get its powers upgraded too)

Think any of this is sensible?
Any other powers they should have?
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Why not only just let Scotland, Wales and N.I. become independent if that is what they want. It would be much simpler and it would cost the English taxpayer much smaller quantity. They could then also find out just how sturdy it is to pay their own way or jump completely into the EU as that seems to be their wish. We within England could then be rid of the shysters like the ultimate lot of Scots we had running the UK to destruction and ruin which we are all have to pay for now.

Seriously. Don't assume it would work as you suggest. There is already too much unfairness in adjectives directions as it is and in my opinion this would individual open a can of worms even worse. Plus there is deeply of things like defense, etc. that needs to be run locally. I do believe we would all end up next to more politicians in positions in which they would find it easier to twitch the system and as bad as the ones we have are already we lately can't afford anymore of them. With the country in the state its already in financially and the cost that this would grounds we would all of us definitely walk bust. Allow them their independence if that is what they want but no more devolution. What we enjoy is bad enough let not make it worse.
No =, Regional governments are needed in adjectives areas and they should all have equal status but we still have need of a relatively strong centralised government. If not poor regions would end up self left poorer while those in rich regions would benefit.
* Construct Parliaments contained by English regions and Cornwall (obviously England is far larger than the rest of the UK so it will be needed to be split up into the

Regional devolution has been refuse in referedum in Englandin times past. (1)


* MP's sitting at newly created Parliaments will be the existing MP's from constituencies in respectively region.

Very often voting prefernces change according to see, for example in Scotland in the 2010 General Election 42% voted Labour (2), however contained by the 2007 Scottish Elections about 32% voted Labour.(3). Meaning Labour was the second larget jamboree in 2007 in Scotland, for example.


* Delay elections to the Scottish and Welsh Assemblies until the subsequent general election.

In times gone by holding elections on the same day have caused voter confusion, seen contained by the 2007 Scottish election, with council elections, cause 150,000 spolied ballots. (4). Also refer you to my answer on "* MP's sitting at newly created Parliaments will be the existing MP's from constituencies within each region."



* Same method of MP's in regions to sit at Assemblies to be implement in Scotland and Wales.

Same answer to "* MP's sitting at newly created Parliaments will be the existing MP's from constituencies surrounded by each region."

* Budgets will be dispersed according to population.

This is partly done beside the Barnett Forumla. (5)


* All Assemblies will be able to vary the income tariff, VAT and corporation tax by a certain amount (not an expert so I shall not guess) though will own to make it up for in spending cuts

Some devolved Parliaments can translate the rate of income tax (6). The Calmon Commision is likely to be impliemented also, which will to a degree deal with this further (7)


* Assemblies will know how to change the voting system by a referendum.

This is perhaps a biddable idea.


* Scotland will get adjectives of the profits from its oil.

Nationalise it? You need to mark out this further. Do you mean tax?


* All assemblies will be capable of adjust the minimum wage.

I do see advantages to this, areas like London have a far greater rate of expenses and costs. But, this may be open to abuse tosome extent.

* All assemblies shall also hold all of the powers that exist in the Scottish Parliament (Wales shall bring back its powers upgraded too)

O.K...? Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regional_As…
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/election2…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Pa…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scottish_Pa…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barnett_for…
http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/1999/…
http://scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com/lat… I can't see how creating more regional assemblies will 'decrease bureaucracy'. Quite the reverse in fact. Why should the Scots draw from all of the oil revenues when it be BRITISH money that developed the fields? Frankly your ideas are impractical.
You need more detail

You make out some sort of central control (comments about tax) who how and what is that to be/

What but London - GLA have about 10-12 % of the UK population, would need to be split into 3 or four regions to be same size regions s Scotland

Budgets according to population - some rural areas are amazingly sparsely populated and would not get adequate income for key services

What about national strategic matters such as railways and motorways?

Who controls foreign policy? would we want to see two regions culmination up on opposite sides in a period of war?

Scotland should only get money from oilfields contained by Scottish waters according to international law - they currently try to claim all of it including that surrounded by English waters (hence the attempts to reclaim Berwick)]


I think it would be simpler to revert to the old county structure next to the counties given their powers back


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