At the moment the front-runner to take over the leadership of Labour's Scottish Branch Office appears to be Jim Murphy.
Mr Murphy is my local MP, so I've taken a certain interest in his career in the past, and he's as New Labour as they come. If he becomes leader, it means that Scottish Labour is finally accepting its natural home is to the right of the SNP. Socialism will be dead as a dodo inside the Scottish Labour Party.
This means that Scotland will have three right-of-centre Unionist parties: Labour, the Tories and the LibDems. It's possible English voters can tell them apart, but in Scotland they'll be virtually indistinguishable.
The logical step will therefore be for the Unionist parties to merge. The most obvious name would be the Better Together Party, and I've designed a logo for them above that they're welcome to use free of charge.
Obviously this merger will be impossible without cutting the ties to the Westminster parties, so it'll probably not happen any time soon, but it would be the logical way forward for three parties that clearly enjoyed working together in their No Thanks coalition.