His rather pathetic moist-eyed speeches in the latter part of the campaign didn’t display any leadership whatsoever.
We re-run a guide to tonight’s count – together with links.
How our nation works is not down to a supernatural force, or some anonymous committee – it is down to us, and us alone.
My vision of the nightmare that would follow a Yes vote today.
The freedoms gained are only those you would never want to use.
…and that’s why I’m not going to use my first ConservativeHome column to tell Scots to vote No.
Charlotte Leslie MP: ISIS. Putin. Which way do the enemies of both England and Scotland want to vote to go on Thursday?
The final irony is that those who dislike the Establishment are dancing to the very tune, played expertly by Alex Salmond, against which they think they are revolting.
Plus: Determined, Bewildered, Despondent, Ecstatic…IDS adapts his Work Programme categories for Conservative MPs
Plus: CCHQ V Montgomerie. On the Road. The SNP push. Go for the Groat. Why don’t I feel more Scottish? And: I blame Shirley Williams.
The sea is our border, but not our limit. It can teach us about ourselves and our nation.
We have a week to save our Union – we need voices people respect, not politicians.
Separatism has always enjoyed a highly motivated support base – but this week’s nightmare poll could maximise unionist turnout.
In any scenario, the main parties are in for a bumpy, uncomfortable ride.
Nadhim Zahawi MP: The real Tory divide is between the majority that wants to win and the minority that doesn’t
The latter need to ask themselves: when did they become the thing they most hate in the world. When did they become LibDems?
Alistair Burt MP: The clinching pro-Union argument. The more Tory MPs Scotland has, the better its football does
The legions of ConHome footy fans are eagerly focusing on this key issue: what impact will a ‘Yes/No’ vote have on the country’s historic football decline?