THE SNP would win all but two of Scotland's 59 seats, according to projections from the latest poll.
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.
If you have to settle for second best, make the best of it. That seems to be the philosophy of the 45% who voted Yes in the Referendum.
Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy has warned that Scotland would be "turbo-charged towards a second referendum" if more than half of Scots vote for the SNP next week.
NIGEL Farage has courted fresh controversy by branding the SNP "openly racist" and has accused ex-party leader Alex Salmond of fuelling anti-English resentment in Scotland.