Jim Murphy, Nicola Sturgeon, Ruth Davidson and Danny Alexander
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Election 2015: English votes for English laws controversy

David Cameron has caused controversy by promising early action to bring about English votes for English laws in the House of Commons.

The Prime Minister said that if he was returned to power he would introduce the plan within 100 days and it would be operating in time for next year's budget.

Critics say it is divisive. The Liberal Democrats say it is a plan to entrench the Conservatives' power in England, Labour maintains it is designed to undermine them and the SNP say many English-only issues are not - as they impact on the rest of the UK.

BBC Scotland's political editor Brian Taylor reports.