Scotland and England have been drawing apart in terms of political culture for the last decade, and this 2013 legislative programme confirms how much the United Kingdom has already changed, whatever happens in the 2014 independence referendum.
It was a speech heavily dependent on right-wing themes such as immigration provided by the UK Independence Party and by special interest lobby groups focused on Westminster.
The "fruitcakes and loonies", as the Prime Minister once described the United Kingdom Independence Party members, now have their hands on the windpipe of the Tory party. Cameron insists that he will listen in future to what they are saying. What does he mean?