Labour’s new leader Jeremy Corbyn is to make his first official visit to Scotland where he will begin a campaign to “win back support”.

The visit comes four months after Labour lost 40 of its 41 Scottish MPs.

Ahead of the trip, the MP said he would not interfere in the “operation” of Scottish Labour.

Mr Corbyn, who won the leadership of his party last month, said his priority was winning back votes in Scotland.

Perhaps disgruntled SNP supporters will be able to seek clarification of comments made by Mr Corbyn during the Labour Conference.

Several have commented on Vox Political about claims he has made.

Source: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn visits Scotland ‘to win back support’ – BBC News

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