Kezia Dugdale’s confusion


During the current general election campaign Kezia Dugdale has been reported as saying Scottish Labour would never support a “progressive alliance” with the SNP which she claimed is not an “anti-austerity” party.

Does Ms Dugdale have one line for national politics and another quite different one for council politics?

Or perhaps the power-sharing agreement between the SNP and Labour at Fife Council doesn’t count as a progressive alliance. And the Fife SNP is an anti-austerity party, unlike its mother party which since 2010 has inflicted a 20% austerity cut in funding on Fife Council?

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