The pledge of more devolution to Scotland by the main Westminster party leaders is credited with ensuring the defeat of independence in Thursday's referendum. Any doubt that it was made in haste to save the United Kingdom from break-up has been dispelled by events since the result was declared.
Most attention so far has been on the demand from many English Conservative MPs for what they see as England's poor treatment in the present devolution settlement to be put right in tandem with more powers for Scotland, That led the former Labour Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, to insist yesterday that the promises to the Scots must be delivered without delay.
His successor as Labour's leader, Ed Miliband, faces having his party conference, which opens in Manchester today, overshadowed by arguments about the constitution. He wants to take the opportunity to project himself and his party as understanding voters' economic woes and being ready to tackle them if Labour wins the Westminster election next May.
It's a theme that was taken up by the Shadow Welsh Secretary, Owen Smith, as soon as the referendum was won. Although he welcomed what he saw as recognition that it was better to stick together, he claimed as well that the Scots had sent a message of rejection to the coalition government in Westminster.
Mr Smith has said that there must be more devolution for Wales but he has not yet endorsed the call from the First Minister, Carwyn Jones, for Wales to be offered everything that Scotland gets, leaving the Welsh Government to decide what to accept and what to reject.
The danger for Welsh Labour in particular is that such a debate could be a distraction at best and runs the risk of re-opening old divisions about devolution at a time when the party needs to be united around its core economic message in the run-up to May's election.
Cardiff caretaker bosses Danny Gabbidon and Scott Young were denied a dream start by a late goal from Derby midfielder Craig Bryson in an entertaining game at the iPro Stadium.
Cardiff took a 2-0 lead early in the second half - Aaron Gunnarsson and Peter Whittingham scoring in quick succession.
However Liverpool loanee Jordan Ibe pulled a goal back for the home side before Bryson struck 6 minutes from time.
Elsewhere in the Football League Newport held Shrewsbury to a goalless draw in League 2.
Swansea suffered their second league defeat of the season - Garry Monk's men going down 1-0 to Southampton at the Liberty Stadium.
Saints midfielder Vincent Wanyama scored the only goal of the game 10 minutes from time.
The Swans ended the game with 10 men - Ivorian striker Wilfried Bony sent off for a second bookable offence just before half time.
It's stalemate between Derby and Cardiff at the half time break, in the first game since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left the Bluebirds.
The home side came the closest to scoring and have had the majority of the possession though - interim bosses Danny Gabbidon and Scott Young owing much to 'keeper David Marshall in the Cardiff net.
Elsewhere in the Football League, it's also 0-0 between Shrewsbury and Newport.
Swansea go into the half time break drawing 0-0 with Southampton, but are a man down following the dismissal of striker Wilfried Bony.
The Ivorian was dismissed after receiving his second yellow card just before half time.
Swansea did come the closest to scoring though - midfielder Wayne Routledge seeing his effort come off the bar.
The AM for Delyn has announced she is to stand down at the next National Assembly Elections after 11 years in the role.
Sandy Mewies has been the Welsh Labour and Co-operative AM for the Constituency since 2003. She informed her party of her decision on Friday night.
A disbandment parade is taking place in Swansea today to mark the end of the 108 (Welsh) Field Squadron, Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia).
The squadron is being disbanded as part of the army's response to the Government's Strategic Defence and Security Review.
The Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia) is the senior Reserve Regiment of the British Army and has been loyal to the crown since 1539.
It was originally an Infantry Militia charged with home defence.
It'll be a mostly grey day today, with showers in the north.
There'll be clear skies this evening though, with temperatures dropping as low as 8°C in some areas.
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A woman as been airlifted to hospital following a fall close to the summit of the Great Orme at Llandudno.
The incident was dealt with by members of the Ogwen Valley mountain rescue team and local coastguards.
The sixty one-year-old injured her shoulder in the fall and was winched aboard an RAF helicopter from Valley, Anglesey before being flown to Ysbyty Gwynedd at Bangor.