Mr Davidson continues to be an embarrassment to the Labour Party and to Scotland. Fortunately this piece was only shown on Newsnight Scotland, so at least no one else will be smirking up their sleeves at idiot Scots.
Wings Over Scotland has an excellent piece on the interview with which I won't try to compete.
It is, however, fair to say that Davidson in his charmless way managed to insult one of BBC Scotland's more reasonable and decent interviewers, one of a number who is not biased in any direction.
He also suggested that advice lawyers give on constitutional matters is determined by how much you pay them... without considering that, if that were true, it might throw some doubt upon the advice received by what he referred to as "his side".
He appeared to have the misguided idea that the Scottish people of 15 years ago had voted in a referendum on the matter of constitutional affairs as dictated by The Scotland Act, when the Scotland Act followed that referendum by 1 year. Neither did it seem to register as in any way important that the Scottish people had since elected, in massive numbers, a government which had, in its manifesto, made it clear that it would bring forward legislation on a referendum on independence. That seems to me to be a lot more up to date, than any confused memory of Davidson's from 14 or 15 years ago.
Davidson, of course, appears to have a deep hatred of anything to do with the SNP. Maybe this because he would be out of a job in an independent Scotland, and certainly deprived of taking maximum advantage of the more generous expenses that he has enjoyed as a member of the London parliament.
He called the SNP "neo-fascists", a remark which was criticised by even the Labour Party, and was obliged to apologise to Eilidh Whiteford for appearing to suggest that he would give her a "doing".
All of this was topped off by his schoolboy insistence in calling "Newsnight", "NewsNat". (Once might have been vaguely amusing, even if inappropriate for someone of his supposed standing, but repeatedly throughout the interview, was just cheap.) If he is so concerned about bias, he, as chairman of a Commons committee, should write to the Chris Patten and ask him to investigate. I suspect, however, that he won't.