Jim Murphy has made his intentions clear that he will stand down as Scottish Labour leader next month, but who should replace him?
This Saturday Jim Murphy was voted in as Scottish Labour leader. But could he eventually become First Minister?
Katy Clark MP, one of two candidates in the deputy leadership race, tweeted her views in response to Republic Scotland asking.
Two months ago, Scotland voted (55%-45%) to remain in the union. Scottish and British politics have changed forever.
Jim Murphy might be the candidate with experience, as well as the bookies’ favourite, but it is Neil Findlay who has an advantage.
With Kezia Dugdale MSP now in the race for the deputy leadership, there are now two candidates for deputy leader and three for leader.
As Jim Murphy enters the race, the Scottish Labour leadership election highlights a fundamental lack of democracy in the party.