Not desperately interested in what you're saying there, matey. You have even less power than Gordon Brown and are, by most people's standards, not very influential in the UK political hierarchy. In fact most of us've not even heard of you.
Do you actually know why your ex-leader wouldn't even congratulate Alex Salmond on becoming first minister of Scotland, never mind discuss some more powers for Scotland with him?
If you really don't know, then here's a wee hint for you.
The answer is..."I don't know!"
PS: If you do get round to asking him about it, could you ask why he thinks that granting powers that we already have, over health and training for example, is the right way to go?
Ask him if he thinks his fellow North Britons really are thick enough to think that these things are not already devolved.