The Scotsman's report on Kezia Dugdale's sudden resignation as Scottish Labour leader seems pretty convincing to me - Kezia's decision seems to have been driven by largely personal considerations, but who says they 'need a new challenge' after only two years in such a big job. Show More Summary
"I believe fundamentally in equality and because of that I don’t think who my partner is matters," said former Scotty Labor Party leader Kezia Dugdale.
Kezia Dugdale was hounded out of office by Jeremy Corbyn supporters! Sorry about that. Yes, Our Kez's resignation had nothing to do with the reach of the blog and everything to do with the reasons she described, which boils down to a mixture of the political and the personal. Show More Summary
LONDON — Kezia Dugdale's resignation as Scottish Labour leader has triggered a close race to find a successor. Her replacement is tipped to be a supporter of Jeremy Corbyn unlike Dugdale, who repeatedly criticised the Labour leader during...Show More Summary
Even in Scotland, ‘Name the post-devolution leaders of the Scottish Labour party’ is a pretty decent pub quiz question. There…
Kezia Dugdale steps down as Scottish Labour leader. Dugdale has been a vocal critic of UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in the past. Labour gained six seats in Scotland at the general election. LONDON — Kezia Dugdale has resigned as Scottish...Show More Summary
Kezia Dugdale on Tuesday quit as leader of Britain's centre-left Labour party in Scotland, saying that the party needed a "new leader with fresh energy, drive and a new mandate." "I choose to stand down because I believe it is best for...Show More Summary
I enjoyed this article by Angela Haggerty in The Herald which highlights a potential court case, a defamation action, involving the Labour leader Kezia Dugdale and the chap who runs the 'Wingnuts Over Scotland' web site, Stuart Campbell. Show More Summary
For much of last night’s STV debate, the last such contest in Scotland in this election, it looked as though… See the full story of Nicola Sturgeon has just kebabed Kezia Dugdale in the STV debate on Coffee House.
Kezia Dugdale pledged the other day that Labour will end the gender pay gap in Scotland without appreciating the irony that over the past 12 years, the big Labour-run councils have been the worst offenders. A quick visit to North Lanarkshire Council, South Lanarkshire Council or Glasgow City Council would have put Kez right. Show More Summary