Labour Hame editor Duncan Hothersall says the ties that bind the Labour family across the UK are growing fragile and fractious, and a crisis of co-operation needs urgently to be addressed.
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Labour Hame editor Duncan Hothersall says last night’s debate put Labour principles up against SNP calculations, and principles won. It was a confident Kezia Dugdale who stood at the
Labour Hame editor Duncan Hothersall says the SNP will be facing both ways again in the EU referendum debate; let’s hope folk start to notice. [This article first appeared in
Duncan Hothersall, Editor of Labour Hame, says we have the power in our hands to choose a progressive approach to securing the services we all rely on. We should grasp it.
Duncan Hothersall, Labour Hame’s editor, says it’s time for the angry boil to be lanced. The democratic will of the people has been delivered and the debate must move on
Duncan Hothersall, Editor of Labour Hame, says this is a significant moment – for devolution, for Scottish Labour and for Scottish politics. We have a government in Scotland which looks at
Duncan Hothersall, Editor of Labour Hame, welcomes today’s announcement on the autonomy of Scottish Labour and looks past it to the federal future it may herald for the UK.