A YEAR ago, on a sunny spring day in a busy train carriage heading up to Scottish Labour's conference in Inverness, I tapped away at a column describing how provisional plans to extend devolution had split the party down the middle.
SCOTTISH Labour have endorsed wide-ranging plans for greater devolution - but only after party officials were forced to clarify new income tax powers proposed for Holyrood.
Alex Salmond's SNP are running the most "dishonest, deceptive and disgraceful" campaign ever in a bid to persuade voters to back independence, the Scottish Labour leader claimed.
FMQs was a bit of a rum stew - the Budget, the Scottish Tory conference and Labour's devolution hodge podge all got thrown in the pot.
CAILEAN GALLAGHER, a member of the Labour Party and a researcher for Yes Scotland, gives a personal view ahead of this weekend's Scottish Labour conference in Perth