Why won’t Yes supporters hit the reset button, to borrow Gordon Brown’s phrase? On one level, the former Labour leader is right to suggest Scots want an end to constitutional wrangling. Folk are indeed getting weary of vows, pledges, horse-trading and a greater emphasis on potential powers beyond Holyrood than workable ones within it. But there’s no evidence voters blame the SNP for stubbornly stoking the fire. Au contraire. Sixty-six per cent of Scots want all tax and spend and all welfare powers located in Scotland, not just some – according to an Ipsos Mori poll which replicates another held just days after the referendum. That’s starting to look like a settled will.