Scottish Labour leadership branded a 'poisoned chalice' as the party struggles to replace Kezia Dugdale

The Scottish Labour leadership was branded a “poisoned chalice” last night as the party struggled to find candidates to replace Kezia Dugdale.
Opponents put the boot in after two bookies’ favourites ruled themselves out of the contest within hours of the resignation.
Left-wingers Alex Rowley and Neil Findlay said they had no interest in becoming the party’s fourth boss since the independence referendum three years ago.
No Scottish Labour politician was willing to put their head above the parapet to confirm they’d stand.
Rowley, who was Dugdale’s deputy and is now interim leader, has close... read more

31 August 2017 in Politics, Views: 62
Source: Daily Record

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