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@Bruski87 I think if they find themselves below Greens etc. you'll probably have the staunch Unionists of Scottish Labour left, digging in. It'll take a leadership election to shift the position of Labour up here. Someone in the party who stands up and says "you know what, independence isn't that bad. We're smart people, we can do this!"

Labour needs that. It needs to allow its members to define it's position, not for Labour to tell it's members.
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@Murchie I'm not sure they have anyone who fits that criteria, unfortunately. The problem, which has been well documented, is that +scotTories will always be seen as more unionist for all the hardliners out there. Also, their left of centre policies are the same as the SNP's for the most part. They don't offer anything different. Of course, it doesn't help that their head office is in such a mess as well. 

On a side note, I like this platform. Is it new? I hadn't heard of it before. Can you update your profile photo etc? 
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@Bruski87 Yeah, Labour have found themselves automatically pushed into third place because the constitution is still what is defining politics here. The "Party of Devolution" doesn't like to talk about it.

The platform has been in development for 2 years. On the top left, there's a profile box with a small cog-like icon on it. Tap that to change profile pic etc. 

If you're on your phone or using the Android app, swipe from left to right to show the navigation drawer. There's a "settings" option there.
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@Murchie Nice one, it looks good. Still figuring stuff out but will definitely let folk know. Are unionists on it as well or is it all indy folk?
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@Bruski87 There's a Getting Started guide that might help: and a quick tour:

Anyone can join, but no Unionists have registered as yet. There are a few Unionist groups that I've added, just so it's easy to keep tabs on what is being said.
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