And, in the meantime Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have their Parliament and their Assemblies to take care of their 'devolved' issues, whilst England is being babysat by a few civil servants because we are ruled from Westminster alone.
We need an English Parliament now, probably more than at any time in the past, because England has chosen it's government, yet the wheeling and dealing will ensure that the balance of power is held by MPs from other parts of the Union.
Scotland - Labour 41, LD 11, SNP 6, Conservative 1
N Ireland - DUP 8, Sinn Fein 5, SDUP 3, Alliance 1
Wales - Labour 26, Conservative 8, LD 3, Plaid Cymru 3
England - Conservative 297, Labour 191, Liberal Democrat 43, Green 1
UK total Conservative 306 Labour 258 Lib Dems 57
Labour, with Lib Dem support will have 315 seats. Sinn Fein do not take their seats, so that coalition would have a 'working majority' of just 4 seats, and 4 parliamentary votes - but only over the Tories. They seem to be forgetting all the other political parties.
Picture from the Mail