Around these parts we have strongly criticised Tory strategists for failing to nail the much-needed Parliamentary boundary changes in the coalition agreement - which was the Only Thing That Mattered (given that whoever got into power in 2010, in whatever combination, was going to sign up to a bit of austerity etc).
So now, fellas: eye on the ball and fix the bloody boundaries ! Do it now! A quiet word to the DUP - lads, think of something realistic we can do for you, and join us in this little Bill we have up our sleeves, anything you want really - and Get It Done ! Now !
Yes, there are other consitutional matters that need serious attention in the coming Parliament, and I trust that wise heads have thought them through carefully. There is some intelligent magnanimity to be shown to the Scots, and a glorious opportunity for some intelligent, win-win devo-localism across the land. But that can wait.
Fix The Boundaries Now ! There may never be a better opportunity.
Back to celebrating: Croydon Central ... 165 votes, haha. Ed Davey, heheheh.
Update(1): pleased to see Andrew Neil raise boundary changes as his first question to Grant Shapps just now (13:40)
Update(2): they don't even need the DUP now