First Minister Alex Salmond will hit out at the UK`s first ever live TV leaders` debate just before it takes place.So, in the end, no legal attempt to block the debate, why?
The Nationalists will use a party election broadcast to criticise the televised clashes, which will feature Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg.
Mr Salmond has repeatedly hit out at the broadcasters` failure to include his party in the debates.
All along this seemed the more sensible approach; rather a boycott than attempted censorship:
ALEX Salmond has claimed there is little point in Scots watching tomorrow's historic TV debate between the three main UK party leaders, saying much of the event will be a "meaningless" exchange on English-only issues.It makes sense because afterwards he can point to the (presumably) low audience figures as a victory.