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Scottish Labour's relationship with the UK party must change

Daily Record Friday, 10 January 2020
Scottish Labour's relationship with the UK party must changeLabour MSP Daniel Johnson says he opposes calls for Scottish Labour to breakaway, but says the status quo must change.
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