Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale may be hoping that Labour’s regaining some seats in Scotland last night will paint over the absolutely massive writing on her wall today. It will not.
Dugdale deserves not even an ounce of credit for the Labour successes. If they had anything to with her ‘leadership’, Glasgow would not have been lost in last month’s local elections where Labour won last night.
The difference between last month and last night was the fact that General Election rules meant that Labour’s UK leader Jeremy Corbyn was seen by the electorate without the media filters and ‘unelectable’ narrative. That narrative was always-ridiculous and is now thoroughly discredited.
And so is Kezia Dugdale.
In the run-up to the General Election ballot, Kezia Dugdale went from being merely woeful and uninspiring to betraying the Labour Party by telling Scottish voters to vote Tory in order to weaken the Scottish…
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