This time next week, Scottish Labour will have a new leader. Here’s what you need to know about the contest.
It’s 2021, and Scotland is going back to the polls, but how will the country vote after fourteen years of SNP-rule?
Since the middle of the 20th century, left-of-centre parties have dominated Scotland, but are things getting a wee bit too cosy?
Following Kezia Dugdale’s surprise resignation, Scottish Labour is electing a new leader. Here are seven facts about the party north of the border.
New odds from Ladbrokes indicate that the MP-turned-MSP is on track to be the next Scottish Labour leader.
Dugdale’s resignation paves the way for Scottish Labour’s ninth leader in eighteen years.
Left-wing Leonard is Ladbrokes’ favourite to replace Kezia Dugdale. Who is he?
In a shock move, Dugdale has resigned as Scottish Labour leader. Who could replace her?
Glasgow Rangers midfielder Ryan Jack is injured at the moment.
Kalvin Phillips was linked with moves away from Leeds United in the summer transfer window
Erik Lamela scored for Tottenham Hotspur against Crystal Palace.
Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce says that he wanted Virgil van Dijk for Hull City when the Liverpool defender was on the books of Celtic.
The Reds midfielder was in great form once again as Jurgen Klopp's charges picked up another victory in the Anfield clash.
Ryan Kent wanted to play Premier League football for Liverpool - but he has joined Scottish Premiership title chasers Rangers instead for £7m.
Premier League outfit Everton were offered the chance to sign Memphis Depay from Ligue 1 high-flyers Lyon in the summer transfer window.
Neil Lennon’s Celtic reportedly wanted Tottenham Hotspur’s Victor Wanyama in the summer transfer window.
Glasgow Rangers full-back Jon Flanagan is injured at the moment.
Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham Hotspur will face Crystal Palace this afternoon.
On Thursday, Scotland’s Finance Secretary Derek Mackay unveiled Scotland’s 2018/19 draft budget.
Political strategy is vital in elections. Two reasons highlight why the Scottish Conservative leader should move to the centre to become first minister.
The former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has entered “the jungle”. Which other politicos have gone down under?