The Road to Scotish Labour’s recovery?

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 29 Number 3 (2021)

The Road to Scotish Labour’s recovery?
Dexter Govan pages 62-72


For fourteen years Scottish Labour has been out of government. It now staggers down the road, on the verge of death. After the appalling 2021 Scottish Parliament election results, it is time to take stock, and to change paths. It might already be too late, but if Scottish Labour is to survive, it needs to move away from a unionism which offers us no hope. Starving as we are, sometimes all we can try to do is survive.

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Dexter Govan (2021) The Road to Scotish Labour’s recovery?, Renewal, 29(3), 62-72

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