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Rowley: We must use tax powers to make Scotland a fairer place

Rowley: We must use tax powers to make Scotland a fairer place

Ahead of a historic day in the story of devolution, Scottish Labour's deputy leader Alex Rowley outlines how we would use Holyrood's powers to reject austerity Read morenavigateright

Neil Bibby launches Protect Our Pubs campaign

Neil Bibby launches Protect Our Pubs campaign

Labour MSP Neil Bibby has lodged a draft proposal in Holyrood that could transform Scotland’s pubs and give customers more choice over the drinks on sale. Read morenavigateright

We need to renew the UK and bring Scotland together.

We need to renew the UK and bring Scotland together.

People want change, but they don’t want the country to be divided again. Read morenavigateright

“Brexit and independence are two sides of the same coin”

“Brexit and independence are two sides of the same coin”

Speaking in a debate in the Scottish Parliament today, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale said that Brexit and independence are two sides of the same coin. Read morenavigateright

Brexit -  like independence - is bad for Scotland’s economy

Brexit -  like independence - is bad for Scotland’s economy

Kez outlines why Labour believes that together, we're stronger. Read morenavigateright

‘Together We’re Stronger’

‘Together We’re Stronger’

Unveiling the theme for this year's Scottish Labour conference, Kezia Dugdale has said that Scotland is divided enough already. Read morenavigateright

“I will miss Gordon’s smile, his laugh, and his energy”

“I will miss Gordon’s smile, his laugh, and his energy”

Kezia Dugdale comments on the death of her friend and former Labour Party campaigner Gordon Aikman. Read morenavigateright