There is simply no option within the Unionist parties that isn't just offering more of the same.
And what are the Nat MPs doing? Packing up?
What are they proposing in Parliament?
Angus McNeill is very concerned about putting the clock forward by one hour. Good for him. I'm concerned about his party's proposal to put it back several hundred years.
Angus Robertson's last contribution To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what reports he has received on the political situation in Balochistan, Pakistan following reports of killings and kidnappings of Baloch people. You're an L out Angus.
Michael Weir is for independence but also would like a fast escape route just in case it doesn't work out.
"We welcome the commitment to HS2 and note what the Secretary of State said about the impact on Scotland, but will she now widen the remit of HS2 to allow immediate planning for extension further north and link-up with development in Scotland, rather than waiting the several years that it will take the hybrid Bills to go through this place?"
Pete Wishart only wants to put the clock back 100 years
" We now know that there will be an independence referendum in the autumn of 1914[Laughter.] That, of course, was the year that the great war started. There will be an independence referendum in 2014, designed and decided by the people of Scotland. If the Secretary of State is so concerned about the legal powers for the referendum, why does he not just devolve the powers, through section..."
Eilidh quite rightly is more concerned about her constituents than scoring irrelevant points and promoting independence as the answer to everything.