Cameron hosts post-referendum summit on devolution
The prime minister has been meeting senior Conservative backbenchers at Chequers to discuss his plans to end the right of Scottish MPs to vote on English matters at Westminster.
He is also facing demands from within his own party to devolve powers to England after promising to give the Scottish government more control over its affairs in the wake of the independence referendum.
Senior Labour figures have also been facing questions about their plans on devolution.
Carole Walker reports.
22 Sep 2014
- From the section UK Politics