The stage has been set for the Scottish Labour leadership battle with nominations having closed this week.
With Jim Murphy ready to depart the Scottish leadership, in order to survive above the border the Labour party needs to make dramatic reforms.
Jim Murphy has made his intentions clear that he will stand down as Scottish Labour leader next month, but who should replace him?
After Scotland turned yellow on Thursday night will the next stage in Scotland’s future go down a Northern Ireland-like path?
The latest batch of constituency polling suggests that the Scottish Labour leader is in with a chance of holding his seat.
The SNP surge has reached new limits as a poll suggests that the party could be on 54% of the vote.
The SNP are set to take almost every seat in Scotland, the only way for Labour to recover would be for Ed Miliband to take a gamble he’s not prepared to take.
A new YouGov poll reiterates the strength of the SNP in Scotland, putting them well ahead of any other party.
The latest Ashcroft poll suggests that Jim Murphy could lose his seat by nine points. If he loses will he resign?
Since the referendum the SNP have surged, whilst Labour have plummeted, and this will not stop soon.