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What the next leader of Scottish Labour should do differently

A bold constitutional vision is key

By John Curtice  

Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire/PA Images

After two summers of fratricide, this summer has been one of quiet contentment in Labour’s ranks. The party’s unexpected success in denying the Conservatives an overall majority in June’s snap election brought about a lull in the internal squabbling about its direction and leadership that had marked the previous two years.

But now, it seems, that lull is about to come to an end, following Kezia Dugdale’s sudden decision…

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