Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish Tories, distinguished herself during the referendum campaign but there were signs yesterday she was getting a little carried away.
Holding the Scottish referendum settled the independence question and ended the risk of the union being eroded "bit by bit", David Cameron said.
Scottish voters can't say they weren't warned about George Osborne's £25 billion austerity programme.
THE No referendum campaign that saved the United Kingdom has opened up "a huge political opportunity" for the Conservatives to make gains in Scotland, David Cameron has said.
The independent elections watchdog is looking to change a code of conduct for political campaigners to stop them handling any completed postal votes.