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Interview: Kezia Dugdale—compromise from Corbyn would go a long way

The leader of Scottish Labour on the challenges facing her party—and Scotland

By Alex Dean  

Dugdale speaks at Labour's women's conference in Liverpool on the eve of the Labour Party's annual conference ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire/PA Images

Read a recent interview with Michael Heseltine here

“Progress is about finding consensus. It’s about the grey area, and the more you polarise people and push them into the corners the less you can expect change.”

In an exclusive interview with Prospect Kezia Dugdale, 35-year-old leader of the Scottish Labour Party and MSP…

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