Interesting piece on Radio Scotland yesterday about who should front up against Alec Salmon in the forthcoming political debates around the referendum. Peter Duncan (I think) Chair of Scottish Tories suggested a Mr G. Brown as a good choice for following reasons. 1. Most Tories will vote for Union anyway. 2. It is Labour voters who need swayed. 3. Brown actually increased Labour's vote in Scotland at last GE. 4. He has no links to Tories and is Scottish. 5. He has vast experience of debating with high ranked political foes and thus will not be phased by Salmon. I'm not convinced that Brown would be a great choice but can't think of anybody else who fits the bill. Sensible debate please, and please try to keep to topic in hand and not deviate off too much or it will just end up locked!