Anas Sarwar, with a fine grasp of the comedic, is claiming that none of the SNP leadership candidates are ‘up to the job.’
If that were the case and he was up to the job for Labour, he’d be making up ground. He’s not.
Labour support in 5 polls since the SNP leadership campaigns began is flat at 30, 29, 28, 29, 28, 1% up on the previous 5 polls.
Labour support for Westminster continues to push 50%, nearly twice that of Scottish Labour for Holyrood.
Even Con support, with Sunak getting increasingly good press has climbed back from a dip of polls around 13-15% to 17, 17, 18, 20, 18 in the last 5.
Sarwar is a clear, utter, failure.
3 thoughts on “Sarwar cannot survive”
Anas Sarwar can only dream of being a ”clear and utter failure ” .
At the moment he is a complete and utter political irrelevance !
Labour in decline in Scotland. All Independence supporters need to get out to vote. A higher turnout at every election.
I can only repeat what former Labour voters told us in canvas after canvas since 2014, ” The Labour Party betrayed us. Never again.”