Stephen Daisley Stephen Daisley

Jackson Carlaw’s successor and the fight to save the Union

Jackson Carlaw (photo: Getty)

The Scottish Conservatives are now in crisis. Jackson Carlaw has resigned six months into his leadership and less than a year on from Ruth Davidson’s departure. The party is polling 35 points behind the SNP with another Scottish Parliament election due next May and a string of polls have shown a majority of Scots are now in favour of Scexit.

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