Batley and Spen is home to yet another marginal seat in the “Red Wall”, which lost another brick last week with a humiliating Labour Party defeat in the Hartlepool by-election. Tracy Brabin has been Labour’s MP there since 2016 but won last
The former MP poured cold water over Ms Sturgeon perceived electoral victory in last week’s Scottish elections, pointing out “most Scots voted for pro-Union parties”. As a result, Mr Galloway claims no mandate exists for a second independence referendum and is adamant
Starmer asked if Labour has ‘lost touch’ after Hartlepool loss Opposition leader Sir Keir Starmer is facing a huge backlash from all sides after the Labour Party suffered an embarrassing and crushing defeat in the Hartlepool by-election. In a shattering blow, the
The SNP leader will face rival Anas Sarwar from Scottish Labour, along with Douglas Ross from the Scottish Conservatives, Willie Rennie at the Lib Dems and Green candidate Patrick Harvie. However, Alba Party leader Alex Salmond and All for Unity lead candidate
Restricted indoor hospitality will reopen in Scotland on Monday, three weeks before England. However, the SNP leader caused controversy when she told English visitors not to “sort of crowd into places”. She said: “From Monday for a period until the middle of May
George Galloway ruthlessly picked apart the SNP’s election manifesto, branding it a collection of “empty promises”. He pointed out that the huge funding and “freebies” promised by SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon were paid for “by the Union she wants to break up”.
The SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon, Douglas Ross of the Scottish Conservatives, Anas Sarwar of Scottish Labour, Liberal Democrat Willie Rennie and Green co-leader Lorna Slater took part in the first live televised debate on the BBC on March 30. This was followed by
The STV leaders’ debate will see SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon take on Douglas Ross of the Scottish Conservatives, Labour’s Anas Sarwar, Willie Rennie of the Scottish Liberal Democrats and Scottish Green Party co-leader Patrick Harvie. But in a rally in Stirling this afternoon,
Salmond would be ‘more radical than Sturgeon’ says expert Scotland’s former First Minister, alongside his-then deputy Nicola Sturgeon, led the campaign for Scottish independence in the lead-up to the historic referendum in 2014. That effort ended in failure, with Scotland voting by
George Galloway issued a fiery attack on SNP and Labour activists who have criticised Prince Philip following his death on Friday. Mr Galloway suggested that the left-wing attacks on Prince Philip’s legacy was the reason why Labour were losing to the Tories.