Finally, this week, the Tories got to debate an EU referendum bill.
Scots using mobile phones south of the Border could be hit with expensive roaming charges if voters back independence, it has been claimed.
Nigel Farage has revealed he modelled his rise to prominence on the career of SNP leader Alex Salmond.
David Cameron started the week in Northern Ireland hoping for a sunny and successful G8 summit with his fellow world leaders.
So far, much of the focus of the campaign has been on younger voters.
The Question Time panel didn’t remotely reflect Scottish political life.
Last week a survey found, unsurprisingly, around half of us believe MPs put their own interests ahead of those of their constituents.
SNP can’t have its cake and eat it on welfare.
More economic good news last week seemed a gift to David Cameron ahead of his first Prime Minister’s Questions appearance in six weeks on Wednesday.
Cowboy builders and decorators had better watch out there’s a new sheriff in town.
Ruth Davidson is an appealing leader, but the Conservatives remain seriously unpopular in Scotland.