Scotland's main political parties have united in an historic truce to win a Parliament for the people.
Labour, the SNP and the Liberal Democrats have put aside the differences that had them at each others' throats in the General Election.
Now they are saying with one voice: Vote Yes! Yes! on the Government's plans for a Scottish Parliament.
The only party-poopers are the Tories, who are still licking their wounds after being trounced at the polls in May.
In total, the supporters of the three partner parties make up more than four out of five Scots.
They have joined together in an organisation called Scotland Forward to argue a unified case for Devolution.
It is an astonishing alliance that would have been unthinkable a few years ago.
Strictly speaking, the SNP and Lib- Dems actually believe devolution does not go far enough.
The Lib-Dems want to see a federal system set up in Britain, with Scotland, England and Wales ALL having their own parliaments and very little left to a UK Parliament at Westminster.
And the SNP want Scotland to be an independent state within the United Kingdom.
But ALL three parties agree that the devolution …