Scotland votes No and gets enhanced Devolution! As a result, the Government has promised to resolve the West Lothian Question.
With enhanced powers for the Scottish Parliament to decide on matters affecting just Scotland, Scottish MPs in Westminster should not vote on matters that do not affect Scotland. Conservatives especially believe this and they have a good case.
Labour MPs are reluctant to solve the Question because they rely on Scottish Labour MPs in the UK Parliament and fear a permanent Conservative majority on English affairs, which they argue would be undemocratic. They too have a good case.
The answer must be to elect ALL MPs by STV so the UK Parliament will be more representative.
Labour MPs would be less reliant on their Scottish colleagues and votes on English matters would be less likely to have a permanent Conservative majority; that would mean better democracy for all.