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George Galloway on Scottish referendum: Labour’s lost strongholds

By George Galloway  

Glasgow, a traditional Labour stronghold, voted Yes. © innoxiuss

It was a close run thing, if a mere five per cent had voted differently then we would be having a very different conversation today. A very large number of people voted Yes due to a hatred of the Tories, neoliberal economics and neocon foreign policy. The Labour party now has to seriously consider its situation and devise a strategy for winning those voters back.

Two results in particular stand out for me;…

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