Robert Hoskins takes a close look at polling around both Labour and independence in the wake of the Partygate scandal, and considers what it all might mean for Scotland. Eight
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Robert Hoskins seeks, but fails so far to find, an honest appraisal from independence supporters of what the coronavirus support package means to many Scots, and hopes that with new
Robert Hoskins urges the Scottish Labour leadership not to endorse a second independence referendum without at the very least requiring any final deal to be subject to a confirmatory vote.
Robert Hoskins says the complexion of Labour’s Brexit offer in its upcoming manifesto for December’s election is crucial, and urges the imminent Clause 5 meeting to drop the fence-sitting and
Robert Hoskins looks at how a vote should be structured, learning the lessons of 2014 and 2016, in the event of a second independence referendum. Since the morning after the
Robert Hoskins says it’s time for Corbyn to step down and a new leader to emerge to deliver the McDonnell project in government. In politics there are times when the
Robert Hoskins says it’s almost impossible to find an argument for Scottish independence which includes a critique of its economic effects, and says the national debate is dangerously deluded as