The biggest danger to the Scottish NHS is independence.
Barked at by a dog, watched by a Pet Shop Boy and heckled by a Yes-supporting horse.
Former PM vows to return to “frontline politics” to secure a Scottish Labour government if the SNP keeps misleading voters over the NHS.
It is not the failure of the Tories alone that is powering the Scottish nationalist surge. There has been a huge loss of trust in Labour and most Scots of working age now support independence.
The No campaign still hold a 1-2 per cent lead after last's night Survation poll, but the SNP have built on this kind of momentum in the past.
Cameron, Miliband and Clegg may be in office, but they have never seemed less in power.
Yes campaign momentum halted as new survey puts No ahead by 53%-47%.
William Hague has told the House that the party leaders' indications of further devolution to Scotland are not government policy.
The PM told Scots that the referendum was not about giving "the effing Tories" a kick.
Better Together needs to win back under 40s and Labour supporters - many of whom seemed decided a month ago.