Tavish Scott (pictured), the Scottish Libdem leader, is threatening court action to ensure the planned broadcast of the election debates are shown in Scotland.
The SNP is considering legal moves to silence the broadcasts north of the Border and Mr Scott obviously thinks that's wrong. Or perhaps his boss in London has told him it's wrong.
Now that Westminster is more or less only the administration centre for the UK, why are the three 'main' parties so determined for their regular sound bites to be broadcast in Scotland?
I've read words such as 'Alex Salmond could never be Prime Minister'. That's true. Neither could Nick Clegg if we're being honest.
People will vote Tory in certain areas of the UK, not because they think a Tory government is going to make much difference, but they're so disillusioned with the Labour party and their lack of sound leadership in any area.
Will David Cameron make a difference? I doubt it. So I would like to see the First Minister debate with Brown, Cameron and Clegg. What are they frightened of? Is it because they're all aware Alex Salmond is perhaps the best political debater in the UK?
I've just noticed James at Scot Goes Pop has a more detailed post on this subject. Obviously he is far more organised than me and hasn't had to struggle round the shops for the forgotten cheese and cream. Experiences like that aren't good for deep thought.