Front-runner in the Labour leadership contest Sir Keir Starmer has thanked his rivals for showing “positivity and unity” as voting closed in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn.
Voting in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour chief ends on Thursday ahead of a new leader of the opposition being announced at the weekend.
Scotland’s food and drink producers have called for Government action in the wake of the coronvirus crisis, warning overseas sales have already “fallen off a cliff” as a result of the global pandemic.
Labour bosses have been urged to take “urgent measures” after the SNP chief whip at Holyrood was handed a vote in the party’s leadership elections.
Ian Murray has called on Labour to make sure supporters of other parties have not been able to vote in their leadership contests.
Ian Murray has said he would create a position of co-deputy leader for a woman to join them in the role if he is successful in the contest.
Ex-prime minister Tony Blair is backing Labour’s only Scottish MP for deputy leader because he understands that the party must “win in every corner” of the UK.
Voting to choose Jeremy Corbyn’s successor as Labour leader is getting under way.
Ian Murray has said that “nobody understands Scotland” in Labour’s deputy leadership race.
A group of Aberdeen Labour councillors suspended after forming a coalition with the Conservatives have been out in the cold for 1,000 days.
Leading candidates for two of Labour’s top jobs have called for a group of suspended councillors to be reinstated to the party.
Jess Phillips has endorsed Ian Murray as he bids to become Labour’s new deputy leader.
Manager Daniel Stendel hopes Hearts’ 5-0 Scottish Cup victory over Airdrie can be the catalyst for his side to start climbing the Ladbrokes Premiership table.
Labour deputy leadership candidate Ian Murray has said the party must listen to the public or become “a diminishing, perpetual opposition”.
Scottish Labour’s only remaining MP is pledging to visit every corner of the UK to try to win back support for his party if he becomes deputy leader.
Sir Keir Starmer has secured the backing of enough Labour MPs to enter the second stage of the Labour leadership contest.
Labour MPs hoping to become the party’s next deputy leader are to set out their stalls to colleagues as the contest for the two top jobs ramps up.
Ian Murray, Scotland’s only Labour MP, has confirmed his bid to stand for deputy leader of the party.