Today should be an interesting one for the supporters of Scottish independence because this afternoon Jim Wallace - Lord Wallace of Tankerness to his pals - will be introducing the second reading of the Scotland Bill in the House of Lords.
Slowly but surely support for independence is growing and the unionist parties are like fish out of water, gasping their last breaths with their same old mantras about how Scotland would be incapable of making her own decisions without the help of the Westminster government.
The feeble attempts in the last week, by the London-based Scottish secretary Michael Moore and Treasury secretary Danny Alexander, to attack the Scottish government have backfired badly and at one point, when watching Danny Alexander's speech, I very nearly felt sorry for him. I've heard better speeches from a first year debating group.
Today the former MSP George Foulkes, will put forward an amendment to the Scotland Bill to make the UK government call a referendum on Scottish independence by 2013, while Jack McConnell will call for unionist parties and businesses to come together to make the positive case for Scotland to remain in the UK.
Kick-off is 2.30pm and the fun can be watched on the BBC's Democracy Live. It may be worth recording it if you can't watch it live.