There have been rumblings for a while about the inbalance in the UK political system where MPs from Wales and Scotland can decide legislation only applying to England. There was also the absurd example of Scottish MP John Reid, representing a Scottish constituency, but yet being Secretary of State for Health but without powers over health policy in Scotland (it’s devolved). These are examples of the so-called West Lothian Question – see this page from Wikipedia for a full explanation.
Anyway, today I happened to stumble across the Campaign for an English Parliament – see their site here. Seems that it is mainly run by Conservative Party sympathisers, and their motivation seems to be bang-the-drum Englishness, rather than the need for the UK to have a sensible and organised political system. Even so, the fact that regional governance is even still up for debate in the UK is to be welcomed… Federalism for the UK is really the solution, but sadly that concept is even further away than federalism for the EU!