Having bet the farm on deficit reduction, every quarter the deficit fails to fall as much as he promised looks worse and worse for Osborne, says Alex Hern at Left Foot Forward.
It's difficult to see how the Scottish independence question could fall foul of any reasonable interpretation of the law, says Wings over Scotland.
Bad economic news will reinforce voters' tendency to stick close to nurse for fear of something worse, says the Spectator's James Forsyth.
The only way to oppose the Bill now is extra-parliamentary, argues False Economy.
Finally, Political Scrapbook has an exclusive preview of the Scottish independence ballot paper.