The ‘West Lothian question’ is a term coined by Enoch Powell after the then constituency of Tam Dalyell, who raised the issue. However, the issue of what to do with representatives from a part of the kingdom which is given home rule was raised in the 19th Century during debates on Irish home rule. It was not resolved then and there remains no neat solution. I have written a post on my own blog looking at how the question may be addressed. The question is not amenable to resolution in a logical Powellian sense. The best we can do is come up with a reasonably practical answer, which though not neat is one in line with precedent.