English Votes for English Laws seems a logical position but is strongly disputed by some.
There are those who say it creates 2 tiers of MP and that Westminster MPs are elected to a UK institution not an English one. Yet in theory an MP represents a constituency not a party. If legislation in Aberdeen is covered by the Scottish Parliament why does the MP for Aberdeen want to vote on the subject when it only applies to another country.
It is understandable that Labour and the Liberal Democrats will be against it as many of their MPs are, or were, in Scotland and Wales and so it decreases their power in England.
Another area of possible contention is that the speaker is to decide what is English only. England being by far the biggest country at what point is it said that only England is affected, is it 100% or 98% or less and can we trust the decision will be correct.
Like it or not though, it seems logical that if Scotland and Wales have full control over what happens on some subjects then there should not be the opportunity for them to have power in another country on the same subject, unless it obviously effects them. Listening to the points raised against EVEL is listening to politics at its worst.