(c) dailymail.co.uk (where else?)
A survey by the University of Edinburgh along with Cardiff University, reported in the National, suggests that 88% of leave voters would be content to lose Scotland as long as they got out of the EU.
For me, though, the most interesting part was the results for Tory voters in the sample.
92% thought Scotland leaving the Union would be an acceptable price to pay to take back control. Less pleasing was the fact that 81% were prepared to accept the destabilisation of the Irish peace process to the same end.
So much for the Conservative and Unionist party then?