LET'S be honest, it's not been a great week for the Prime Minister.
THE result "is on a knife edge," declared Yes Scotland chief Blair Jenkins after the first poll since Monday's TV debate showed the No camp's lead slashed to just six percentage points.
Today across the Middle East we are witnessing a period of upheaval reminiscent of some of the most tumultuous times in the region's history.
THERE has never been a worse time to be a slut.
MOMENTS of reflection can be thin on the ground.
Lying on my bed in Moissac's "cottage" hospital attached to three separate drips, I was having the 15 minutes of peace granted before each bathroom crawl.
BEYOND the obvious theatre of Monday night's Salmond versus Darling debate there has been one tangible outcome - Labour types are talking again.
WHERE to live?
In an otherwise wholly unedifying spectacle, the second debate between Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond revealed three core elements of the Yes campaign's political strategy to win the referendum on Scottish independence.
ALEX SALMOND was pressured to reveal his Plan B for Scotland should a currency union be denied, and came up with three.
DEAR … oh dear, what do I call you?
The first votes have been cast in the referendum on Scottish independence.
Is anyone else craving a great big happy news story?
Independence follows dependence, "being controlled by someone or something else".
There was a dreary inevitability about the latest open letter from 133 Unionist businessmen and women warning about risks and uncertainty in voting Yes.