With upcoming Scottish Parliamentary elections in May , both the Labour and Conservative parties face little time to develop a successful strategy that addresses both the threat of independence and that speaks to the Scottish electorate’s domestic priorities.
The priority of controlling COVID-19 has come at the expense of potential and current cancer patients, where waiting two more months for an appointment or treatment can make all the difference.
After the disastrous 2019 General Election for the Labour Party, it was clear that the party required a new direction, agenda and leader. But how far has Keir Starmer, the unity candidate in the 2020 Labour Leadership contest, ushered in a new phase for the party?
With Rishi Sunak having ushered through an emergency mini-budget, it is important to assess whether the new changes represent an exercise in damage limitation or are truly the start of a Rooseveltian-like vision.