David Cameron has been advocating that the only certain way for Scotland to remain part of the EU after the referendum on independence is to say NO.
Yet we are told the Conservative party is the only one that will deliver an in/out refrendum to leave the EU.
Does anyone else feel that this really is party politics at its worse?
Trying to scare Scottish voters on one hand and desperately attempting
to survive the UKIP tsunami on the other. Where is his principle - the belief that a particular course of action is best for the people he purports to lead.
How does he square the circle?
If his party are pushed and pulled by UKIP into taking us out of the EU shouldn't he now encourage voters in Scotland to vote YES if they want to stay in Europe - the SNP are far more committed to this than any government he is likely to head up.