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Roy Greenslade on the press response to the political dispute over 'English votes for English laws'.

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The latest Tweets from Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK). Latest news from the UK Daily Mail team. Also on Facebook http://t.co/jA8nz6NN5Z. Follow @MailOnline.

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Daily Mail. 2164269 likes · 556017 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/. Apps. Twitter An amazing photo of lightning storms over the UK. http://dailym. Brazil National.

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