'Toxic' Scottish Labour leader race shows how deep divisions really are

'Toxic' Scottish Labour leader race shows how deep divisions really are
 

Labour claimed at their conference last week that they were ready for government.
They said they have “rediscovered their purpose”, confirming they had lost it. But have they really changed?
While it was all unity and harmony in the conference hall, civil war was breaking out in their Scottish branch office.
Interim leader Alex Rowley was caught on tape saying he supported Richard Leonard as next leader – despite a public promise he would be neutral.
Then there were claims that a plot had been hatched to dump Kezia Dugdale and replace her with Leonard, a more “Corbyn-friendly” leader.
Then... read more

 
2 October 2017 in Politics, Views: 72
Source: Daily Record
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