Financial Times headline: " Pro-union camp ‘in chaos’ as poll puts nationalists ahead" As George Robertson might say "cataclysmic" ...
Better Together has the Worst of Both Worlds - behind in polls, sterling scaremongering causes pound to drop, hurting their rich city friends!
The latest Better Together strategy appears to be to tell voters Westminster has ****** the £ by scaremongering and lunacy on CU - so vote No. G-sus!
Jo Coburn thinks it's all Blair Jenkins' fault, asking questions and interrupting frantically at every second word. Blair is quietly amused, dusts her off with impeccable politeness, then waits calmly for Unionist panellists to rave impotently.
Blair Jenkins smiles seraphically, taking occasional sips at his coffee, as Jo Coburn's guests splutter inanely and impotently over polls, markets and independence.
King Impotent Splutterer himself, Ming Campbell, failed leader of a failed party in a failing Coalition - doubtless a "A proud Scot" - does his share, indignation and gloom oozing from him.
Blair gives a neat little summation and says bye-bye. Jo switches with relief to the triviality of the Daily Quiz.
That was fun!