What next for Scotland? Hours after the Tory election victory and minutes after the leaders of three UK parties had resigned, Derek Bateman hosted an insightful analysis of what it all means for Scotland.
As the SNP swept to victory in Scotland, winning 56 of the country’s 59 Westminster seats, the virtual wiping out of Labour has sparked a lot of comment, as commentators grapple with its implications.
Derek’s guests included Paul Holleran, left, Scottish organiser of the National Union of Journalists. He was joined by political blogger and opinion poll analyst James Kelly, who runs the Scot Goes Pop website.
Angela Haggerty, editor of Common Space, and journalist Maurice Smith took part in a wide-ranging discussion about where the election results leave the various parties, as Scotland prepares for the Scottish Parliamentary elections in 2016.
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