DESPITE the rain sliding down its cold grey walls of late, there's a fever raging inside Glasgow's City Chambers at the moment, as councillors, candidates and staff obsess about the outcome of the most significant election in a generation.
Will Labour hang on? Will the SNP take over? What does it mean for the independence referendum? For Glasgow? Alex Salmond? Johann Lamont? For me?
The only things the parties agree on is that it will be exceptionally close, and that turnout, which could drop as low as 25%, will be critical.
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