SCOTTISH Labour has launched an all-out attack on the SNP in a bid to salvage what it can from the election by securing tactical support on May 7.
Next week when Scots go to the polling station they face a big choice.
THE UK Government is reported to be set to oppose any attempt to take over BP, which has been tipped as a potential target for America's ExxonMobil following the oil price plunge.
DAVID Cameron and Ed Miliband would have us believe that each of them has the tactical, strategic and diplomatic qualities required to preside over the government of the UK, with no support of any sort from any other party.
ED Miliband has ruled out any kind of formal deal with the SNP in a move that would leave a minority Labour government facing a daily balancing act to implement key parts of its programme.