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Corbynism in a Cold Climate

One of the promises of Jeremy Corbyn’s reign was the turning of the Nationalist tide in Scotland. Leading Scottish Labour left winger Neil Findlay MSP prophesied that the SNP would “fear a Corbyn led Labour party” and would see “a … Continue reading

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Scottish Labour Declare Autonomy (Again)

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale proclaimed Monday marked a “new chapter in Scottish Labour’s history” on Twitter with the signing of a joint statement with Jeremy Corbyn on her party’s autonomy. The statement failed to make a significant impact in the following day’s press. Indeed her tweet … Continue reading

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The Corbyn Autumn that will lead to a Scottish Tory Spring

Just when Scots thought it was safe to venture outside without being handed a leaflet from a political party another election campaign began to get underway. Last week Nicola Sturgeon launched her party’s campaign for May’s Holyrood elections. Her main … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn won’t stop the SNP’s rise, he will solidify it

As the Labour leadership election draws to a close it looks increasingly likely that far-left’s candidate Jeremy Corbyn will be the man to replace Ed Miliband. Corbyn’s pitch to Labour members and supporters is that he will provide the anti-austerity … Continue reading

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