· "The Scottish Left Review has made even-handed coverage of the independence debate a central aim.
"Where we have published issues on the constitutional debate we have allocated equal space to either side.
"We requested articles from both Yes Scotland and Better Together with a deadline of 23 August.
"It is never our aim to embarrass anyone and we recognise that for the two campaigns this is a very busy time. However, as by 12 September and after a number of extended deadlines we do not have an article to balance the one by Dennis Canavan for Yes Scotland we feel we need to explain the circumstance.
"We include instead a recent blog written by Blair McDougall, Campaign Director for Better Together. This originally appeared on the Better Together website."
So Cameron couldn't be bothered to write anything in defence of the union for The Herald, except a few worn out platitudes about how much history we have and how great we are together, despite the paper contacting Downing Street to encourage a more heartfelt (and larger) contribution, and now the Blair MacDougall team couldn't get anything together for the Left Review at all, despite extended deadlines.
If the nation is as unionist as they'd like us to believe, you'd think that it would be a bit easier to get someone in Downing Street or at Project Fear to pen a few words about how fabulous the union is.
It seems that no one on the negative side of this debate is really that interested.
II'm told that the blogroll is a handy navigator for some people to other reading. I've tried to keep it reasonably balanced so we get Labour and Liberal views, although some of the blogs that were on became so appalling that I had to take them off.
If anyone has ideas about blogs that they think should be featured on the blog list, please feel free to suggest them and we look at adding them. I'm open to suggestions from any political viewpoint.
We should really try to include some Tory blogs and some Green ones. So if anyone has suggestions along these lines for decent readable blogs, please do let me know.
The above photograph is, as you will know, a portrait of our proprietor Munguin, of Munguin's Republic, with his flag and rosette, and seated in his penthouse suite at the top of Munguin Towers.
Munguin will be accompanying us on the march tomorrow. He also adorns our t-shirts, so if anyone sees him, or us, please come over and say hello.