NOLAN MACGREGOR: The Democrats took voters of colour for granted and delivered a humiliating result on every level except the presidential.
JACKIE BAILLIE MSP: Scottish Labour has a mountain to climb in next year’s elections but its values still chime with voters.
PAUL RICHARDS: Keir Starmer should take a leaf out of Tony Crosland’s book by building a Labour programme fit for the future.
GORDON MARSDEN: Equipping citizens with skills for life is now more important than ever.
JOE DEVANNY: Labour can rebuild its credibility by articulating its priorities on defence.
LEO PANITCH: Labour’s shift back to the centre risks marginalising the creativity and commitment which new members brought to the party.