I've been reading and rereading Jim Wallace's comments about his opinion on the legality of Scotland's referendum.
Mr. Wallace has been a politician and a lawyer. He is a QC - I have no idea whether that's a Parliamentary silk he wears - and he is a senior legal advisor to the UK Government on Scottish legal affairs.
Given, though, that he is the law officer who would refer the case to the Privy Council (the Supreme Court these days, don't you know) and he has been pontificating pubically (surely a bad thing for a senior law officer or a Government advisor to do) about the independence referendum possibly being ultra vires, surely we are entitled to know whether he would refer this Scottish legislation to the Supreme Court in London?
He's carefully avoided talking about it, as has Michael Moore, but surely it's in the interests of Scottish democracy for him to let us know whether he will or not?
Mind how you go!