Is there a way back for Scottish Labour?
And does it start with sacking its leader, Richard Leonard? Graham Stewart asks John McTernan
When Richard Leonard became leader of the Scottish Labour Party in 2017, he inherited Scotland’s third largest party. It still is. And with opinion polls suggesting that popular support for the once dominant power in Scotland is now down to around 15 to 17 percent, the prospects for Labour in the Scottish Parliament election in May next year look dire.
In this podcast, The Critic‘s political editor, Graham Stewart, talks to John McTernan, the political strategist and former political secretary to Tony Blair, whether anything or anyone can save Scottish Labour?
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