It was always envisaged that for devolution to work successfully there would be a lot of contact between the UK Government in Westminster and the Scottish Government in Holyrood.
With both ministers and civil servants meeting regularly to discuss the important issues at stake.
Soon after becoming prime minister, David Cameron assured the Scottish Parliament that he would be operating a "Respect Agenda" in relation to the Scottish Parliament.
However the situation took a twist when Alex Salmond won the first outright majority in Scotland for the SNP.
It is undoubtedly an unusual relationship when one of the parties doesn't want to be part of the Union at all.
The Record Review's Keith Macdougall brought together BBC Scotland's Westminster correspondent David Porter and the Herald Scotland's political editor Michael Settle to discuss the current state of relations between the Edinburgh and London Government.
Going, going, gone
On 27 June 2011, the Iron Lady's weapon of choice was sold in a charity auction at Christie's. The famous Asprey's handbag went for £25 000.
Winston Churchill's cigars, Abraham Lincoln's wallpaper or Harold Wilson's pipe, political memorabilia is clearly worth collecting if you can get your hands on that sort of money.
The Record Review's Charlotte Davis got together with memorabilia dealer Kylie Whitehead and the charity auctioneer himself, Jeffrey Archer.
Lord Archer told us how he got the handbag from Lady Thatcher.
Ever been given pleasure by David Cameron? .Mrs Bone has
Pleasing a difficult constituent
Peter Bone MP says that she's a "constituent who I know can be very difficult at times". David Cameron admits that "a very big part of my life is spent trying to give pleasure to Mrs Bone".
Peter Bone MP's wife Jenny Bone gets a lot of mentions in the Commons but you never actually see her.
The Record Review's Keith Macdougall invited Mr and Mrs Bone to join him for a chat and asked them to talk candidly about a relationship that raises so much unexpected interest in the House of Commons.
Watch The Record Review on BBC Parliament at 11pm on Friday 1 July, 11am on Sunday 3 July and 9am on Monday 4 July.
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