For the 38th episode of For A' That, Andrew and I were joined by Ivan McKee from Business for Scotland and Juliet Swann who works for the electoral reform society.
Up for discussion were the IFS report. Were the numbers as accurate as they might have been? Who are the Institute for Fiscal Studies and were there deficiencies in the way the whole thing was covered?
Equal marriage was on the parliamentary timetable again and it appears to finally be on the way. Why has Scotland dragged its heels a little on this matter.
England. What about it, I hear you ask. Well, will it make any substantive difference what people in England think about it all to how Scottish people vote. If they come pleading us not to leave or if the Mail's "bugger off jocks" narrative continues, how will it affect things, if at all?