Jul 29, 2015

Common Space - Labour set for election annihilation in Scotland, latest poll predicts

Scottish news and politics, analysis and opinion. Scotland's political social media hub. Lib Dems' Danny Alexander also among those set to lose seats as SNP set for widespread success  THE LABOUR party is set for an unprecedented humiliation in Scotland in the upcoming general election, according to latest polls. In the most comprehensive data yet on election voting intentions in...

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