Now it's England's turn.
At this time, it is expected that Cameron will announce not an English Parliament but an arrangement by which English matters are voted upon only by English MPs.
This is not enough. Currently 97% of taxes are decided and levied centrally - only Council tax is set locally, and this is capped in strict limits by Whitehall. This must change radically; it will not be until the Central State is dependent on subventions of tax remitted by devolved authorities that England will have achieved the required federalism.
The Counties and big city unitaries must first be enabled as tax collecting authorities. Then they must be empowered to set their own taxes. Rather than these devolved authorities being dependent on Whitehall's largesses for 75% of their funding, Westminster will be dependent for its funding on the subventions made by delegated authorities.
Tax power is the only power that matters. Tax power will be the power that the constipated grasping centralists in Whitehall and Westminster will resist with great guile and prevarication; it will forever be promised for tomorrow. This is not good enough. We must start with tax, not end with it.
For now it's England's turn to win our freedom from the dead grip of a Central State propped with the corpses of the dying parties.
My fave quote of the morning from the Kleine Zeitung : "Das Thema hatte die Bevölkerung in dem Fünf-Millionen-Einwohner-Land im Norden Englands monatelang elektrisiert". Or "The subject had electrified the population for months in the five-million-inhabitant country in northern England."