Scottish Labour's Kezia Dugdale has been elected to lead the party out of despair after its near wipeout in the general election
Voters would more likely back Labour in an election under leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn than any of his rivals, a
The Scottish National Party is a genuinely unique animal in our modern politics. It has grown from being the butt of many a political joke to become the dominant force in the Scottish Parliament in just a few election cycles. It now occupies a large swathe of the green benches in a Parliament that its members and politicians would rather not have any part of and their forward momentum, depending on how the next Holyrood elections go, shows no sign of ending.
The austerity economics at the heart of this Conservative Government are about far more than welfare cuts. They reflect a socially divisive and economically damaging. attempt to drastically reduce public services and to reshape the relationship between the citizen and the state.
Our democracy, like every political system across the world, needs reform and will always need reform but before we throw the bathwater out, let's make doubly sure we've removed the baby first.
Scottish Labour leadership hopeful Kezia Dugdale has called on the government to abolish Westminster's House of Lords, and
There was a distinctly Orwellian flavour to the story that dominated Scottish politics over this past weekend. Former first
Kezia Dugdale has won the backing of more than half of her party colleagues at Holyrood after announcing she is standing
Scottish Labour's deputy leader Kezia Dugdale has announced her bid to succeed Jim Murphy and win back the thousands of voters
Jim Murphy has announced his intention to resign as Scottish Labour leader next month - and declared war on union boss Len