EVEN those on the opposing side of the referendum would have to admit, no matter how grudgingly, that it has been a good week for the Yes campaign.
BEYOND the obvious theatre of Monday night's Salmond versus Darling debate there has been one tangible outcome - Labour types are talking again.
The campaign to keep Scotland in the UK hopes to win over women voters with the launch of a book making the case for the Union.
THE referendum row over Scotland's NHS has deepened after Scottish Labour Party leader Johann Lamont accused Alex Salmond of "lying" about its future.
THE debate was hailed as a victory by both sides, with champions of both Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond claiming their man issued critical blows to their opponent.