With reference to the suggestion of regionalisation, on first sight it might seem to be a reasonable answer to the problems created by the Scottish referendum and the offer of greater power for the Scottish parliament.
Certainly the leader of the LibDems is pushing that line, but if we look at his history we will see that he is sold on the idea of the EU.
I personally do not see going down the road mapped out by the EU is the answer to a problem created by the EU, unless we all first recognise and then agree that we want to destroy our historic nations and exchange our allegiance to the EU.
We need to choose where we want to be eventually before going any further in a particular irreversible direction. If we are agreed that we want to be a residents in an EU region as part of a United States of Europe, then by all means go for regionalisation.
But we must never loose sight of the battle for power between the various parts of the EU, as it is being created. Whilst the EU it attempting to weaken the historic nations, they in turn are trying to hold onto their power base as the final authority empowered and supported by the citizen.
We have just witnessed the effects of EU interference internally, by giving parts of the nation greater autonomy, instead of holding a nation together is actually a force of division. Imagine for one moment England divided into nine separate political units all vying for money and more powers from a top down final authority, having already broken the UK, we would then have no alternative but to become part of a greater EU.
So please let us first, as a people, decide if that is what we want and where we want to be before taking any further steps in that direction.