On Brighton’s seafront, has the Labour Party ever been so remote, geographically and ideologically, from Scotland?
Who advised him to use this analogy? Will this Brown-inspired blood and soil notion help fuel a Labour revival in Scotland? See this from 29th August 2021:
He’s not looking that popular ‘up here.’
In April 2017, Corbyn was ever so slightly more popular at 24 to 57: https://d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/document/ny1kfo8x0u/InternalResults_170420_Favourability_W.pdf
In Holyrood polls after Starmer’s appointment in April 2020 and Sarwar’s in February 2021, Scottish Labour still stuck in 3rd behind the weak Conservative leaders Carlaw and Ross.
To return to the question, that’ll be a NO.