RIDING high in the polls, Labour activists supping their pints got to talking about the post-election carve-up if they won the most seats.A fact which is probably good news for the Union.
Why is it Labour and the SNP can't sort out their differences and club together? "There's a lot of agreement with their policies," said one activist. "But we just don't like each other very much."
And perversely enough, despite the public objections to the contrary, it's somehow easier to imagine a Salmond-Goldie than a Gray-Salmond coalition.