Monday, 20 June 2011

What if Labour has lost its Scottish heartlands?

I'm very pleased to say that I've just got a piece published over on UberPolitics. In it I discuss the reasons why Labour might have lost their Scottish heartlands and what the impact might be if that is the case. So please do go and read it.

But the other reason I'm writing this post is to tell you about UberPolitics. It's a new online political magazine/blog. The key difference between it and all the other political magazines and blogs on the web is that UberPolitics doesn't have an agenda. It doesn't come from a particular editorial viewpoint. Instead, it seeks opinion pieces and analysis from people from all over the political spectrum and it labels them accordingly. For example, my political viewpoint is given as Liberal. I think it's a brilliant concept and I definitely intend to become a regular reader (and hopefully writer).

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