Labour's refusal to reopen its inquiry into the Falkirk vote-rigging row comes as the Party's former chancellor Alistair Darling and Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont suggested that the issues around the contest in the constituency should be looked at again.
"Something has gone very wrong in Falkirk. There needs to be a very thorough investigation," Mr Darling said in a television interview.
"I understand the police are looking at matters now.
He added: "If they proceed, then that is what'll happen but if they don't there needs to be a full inquiry and I am quite clear that the results have to be published because that is the only way in which people will be satisfied that justice is done and been seen to be done."
The former Chancellor Alistair Darling has told me it is 'astonishing' that the Conservatives are 'not bothered' that more than 70 of their own MPs are voting against the Queen's Speech which sets out the Government's legislative agenda.
Number 10 says that ministers can either abstain or vote against the Europe Amendment Despite it being in line with Tory policy its understood Downing Street won't tolerate minister's voting for.
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said today that the Better Together Campaign, which sees Scotland stay in the United Kingdom, will help people voice their opinion in the "biggest decision Scotland has faced in 300 years".
Ms Davidson said: "The future of the United Kingdom is about the future aspirations of a majority of ordinary Scots, who want to remain part of one of the most successful economic and political unions in the world.
"Scotland is stronger as part of Britain and Better Together is putting forward a positive case as to why as a nation we should continue to be part of the UK family."
First Minister for Scotland Alex Salmond has hit back at former Chancellor Alistair Darling's warnings that voting to end the Union will be "irrevocable". The SNP leader said that Mr Darling's use of "smoke and mirrors" during his speech exposed a campaign "mired in negativity".
Mr Salmond said: "Alistair Darling's presentation was littered with words such as borders, division and upheaval; expressing arguments better suited to the 18th century than to the 21st.
"That is because, at heart, this is a Tory-led campaign which is intent on conceding nothing to the people of Scotland and hiding behind its refusal to spell out an alternative policy before the referendum."