A poll earlier this week suggested more than three-quarters of Scots are in favour of remaining within the EU.
By the early hours of Friday morning we will know who will govern this country for the next five years.
Beneath Glasgow’s perpetually dreich sky, Nicola Sturgeon issued a passionate rallying cry to her troops.
It’s difficult not to feel sorry for Kezia Dugdale. The Scottish Labour leader is too talented to actually require sympathy but that doesn’t mean she should be spared it.
Our schools are crumbling. It’s an issue which comes up periodically, usually because old, dilapidated buildings have been neglected for too long and are falling apart in front of the eyes of pupils and teachers.
“I came here for the boxing and instead I got a manifesto launch,” quipped one minister as he left Edinburgh’s EICC building.