Tories need to learn from the past: putting the problem out of mind is what squandered the victories over devolution in 1979.
Also: watch as those who studiously ignored Trimble over the Protocol neuter his memory to canonise him in death.
Both candidates have committed to seeing the Bill through Parliament. But will they both use the new powers it will grant?
On Scottish independence and the Northern Ireland Protocol, constitutional questions will be front and centre in the leadership contest.
The First Minister hides behind the Supreme Court to avoid an unofficial referendum, but then plans to use an election as a ‘proxy’.
Also: on the centenary of his assassination, Unionist MP and war hero gunned down by IRA gets memorial in Parlaiment.
Also: the DUP can be forgiven for being sceptical that the Government will deliver on its Protocol promises.
Also: dissent in the ranks! Northern Irish activists attack neglect by CCHQ amidst rumours Welsh Tories may seek split.
Even if the Government has the will to act, it has rattled its sabres so long, and to so little effect, that this isn’t obvious.
Also: it looks like it will be a good day for Labour in both Wales and Scotland as Douglas Ross struggles to make headway.
A judge-led enquiry into the ferry scandal and a unified national census are obvious starting points.
Also: Rees-Mogg once again talks tough on the Protocol – but does the Government really have the will to act?
Also: Sturgeon likened to Trump after she bans print journalists from SNP launch event.
Also: Record haul of Welsh Tory council candidates is still just over half of seats; Scottish Tories back trans conversion therapy ban.
A tight focus on North Down has better odds for medium-term success than the usual rash of paper candidacies.