Won't it be awkward for Kezia Dugdale if she becomes Scottish Labour leader, and Jeremy Corbyn becomes UK Labour after her comments that if he wins the leadership election, Labour would be left "carping on the sidelines"?

In a quote in the Guardian, it says:

"Kezia Dugdale, the favourite to take over as leader of Scottish Labour, has criticised the length of time the party is devoting to leadership campaigns north and south of the border, warning it leaves Scottish Labour unprepared for next May’s Holyrood elections and gives the impression of “everyone fighting with each other” in the UK party."

Quite. So perhaps she should have kept her mouth shut about Corbyn, and have these discussions in private?
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