I wouldn't actually recommend visiting Conservative Home, but what you'd see if you did is the bizarre spectacle of Tory bloggers and commentators furiously agreeing with each other that Scotland "voted against a second referendum" last Thursday. It may seem decidedly odd that we did this by electing a second consecutive pro-independence majority, and by re-electing the SNP government for an unprecedented third consecutive term in office, but apparently we made our views known by means of a special code that only Tories can decipher. You'll also be intrigued to learn that the most important effect of this cunningly disguised 'decision' is that the mass army of Scottish Brexiteers who have just been pretending to be Remain voters to keep our beloved United Kingdom together will now feel safe enough to follow their hearts, and the huge Remain lead in Scotland will pretty much vanish overnight.
Hmmmm. I'm sorry to have to acquaint these people with the real world, but the Scottish Green leader Patrick Harvie has now been quoted as saying that his party would vote in favour of any SNP plan for a second independence referendum in the event of Brexit. So we can forget all the hypothesising about how the arithmetic would work out if the Greens abstain, or whatever - we now know for sure that any post-Brexit proposal for an independence referendum would be passed by the Scottish Parliament by either 69 votes to 59, or 68 votes to 60 (depending on which party supplies the Presiding Officer). In other words, absolutely nothing has changed over the last week - we have a pro-independence parliament, and it does exactly what it says on the tin.
To coin a phrase, I wonder if the Tory commentariat have a "Plan B"?