GORDON Brown has made a final, passionate plea for Scots to back Labour, warning a vote for the SNP "can only help the Conservative Party".
THE legacy of the referendum is expected to prompt a bumper turnout in tomorrow's general election, with weather unlikely to deter voters.
VOTERS are driven towards the SNP when their opponents bring up the issue of independence, according to the preliminary findings of a new study.
AND that future Prime Minister (maybe)...
THE SNP candidate who is hoping to claim the scalp of Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy in East Renfrewshire has appealed to Tory voters for support.
On Thursday, there will be few seats that attract greater interest than this one.
How do you get a Deputy Prime Minister to turn up to your event?
UKIP'S only elected politician north of the border has accused the SNP of attempting to transform Scotland into a "stripped pine, Scandinavian, peacenik, sauna republic" at a manifesto launch that went ahead without manifestos.
"Obviously I hope we're going to get some good results..." says Scottish Green co-convenor Patrick Harvie, reflecting on a general election he admits is a "tough gig" for his party.
SCOTLAND'S political leaders have united to condemn abuse and intimidation directed at Jim Murphy and Eddie Izzard by a group of hardline nationalists during a campaign event in Glasgow.
The election campaign has been marred by ugly scenes in Glasgow city centre after a Scottish Labour event was targeted by hardline nationalist protestors.
AT times last year it seemed no meaningful television debates would take place before the election.
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Nick Clegg said voters faced "the biggest political decision of their lives" in the General Election as he continued his marathon campaign tour.
A FULL scale battle to claim legitimacy for a minority government has broken out, sparking fears of a constitutional crisis in the aftermath of tomorrow's knife edge election.