Ten years on from the introduction of Labour's historic devolution settlement for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and in the absence of any equivalent set of reforms for England, ippr has conducted a survey of MPs to find out if they think that England is losing out as a result of these changes, as many people have claimed.

Here we report some of the main findings of this survey and interpret their significance for ongoing debates about the constitutional position of England, the future of the Union and the question of whether English identity deserves greater recognition within our public culture.