Paul Cruikshank joined the Labour Party ten years ago today. Here he reflects on those ten years, the changes that have happened in the party, and his hopes for the
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Paul Cruikshank responds to a response to his post on Richard Leonard’s proposed wealth tax, and asks whether it’s enough to dismiss concerns over a lack of devolved powers with
Paul Cruikshank responds to yesterday’s controversial article and says a return for George Galloway would be a backwards and damaging step. Yesterday, Scott McGregor wrote that Scottish Labour should
As the Labour Party idolises a left-winger, Paul Cruikshank celebrates two great left-wing politicians who cut poverty, revitalised public services and took the people with them. “Tony Blair and Gordon Brown
Glasgow law student Paul Cruikshank sets out why he’s voting Labour today. It will come as no surprise to anyone that I am voting Labour in this General Election.
Paul Cruikshank sets out two central challenges Scottish Labour needs to face up to. This weekend, Johann Lamont announced she will be standing down as leader of the Labour Party