Tim Montgomerie, The Guardian | February 23, 2012
If he proposed a federal UK, David Cameron could save the union while improving both Tory electoral chances and UK politics. ++ The current political arrangements in the UK are unsustainable. ++ Depending on timing, Scottish independence might not be decided on merits alone but rather on dislike for Cameron. ++ He must address the issue before Scotland votes on independence. ++ Cameron should introduce devolution so that more policy is made at the level of Scotland, Wales, England, and Northern Ireland.