Suspended Aberdeen Labour councillors have received “overwhelming” support from city activists following a weekend meeting.
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard accused of ‘running scared’ after ducking meeting with Aberdeen city’s nine suspended councillors
An invitation to dinner at an Aberdeenshire curry house is the unlikely source of a fresh row for Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard.
Tony Blair’s former spin doctor Alastair Campbell says Aberdeen Nine suspension ‘frankly ridiculous’
Tony Blair’s former spin doctor has reinforced his support for nine suspended Labour councillors by meeting up with them on a trip to Aberdeen.
National Labour bosses have put the suspension of nine Aberdeen councillors on further hold - with the group now expected to make a final plea in person to a powerful party committee.
Aberdeen’s Labour leader appeals for party chairman to show ‘common sense’ ahead of suspension review
The leader of Aberdeen City Council’s suspended Labour group has written to the chairman of the party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) appealing for his backing ahead of this week’s decision on their future.
North-east Labour and SNP supporters have launched rival petitions calling for Aberdeen Labour councillors to be permanently expelled from the party.
Former council finance convener Willie Young was absent from the protest in UTG, but insisted he was “right behind” the suspended group.
Richard Leonard summons Labour’s council groups to meeting – but no invite for Aberdeen’s councillors
Scottish Labour leader, Richard Leonard, summoned the party’s council groups to a meeting yesterday - but there was no invitation for the Aberdeen’s elected members.
The fate of nine suspended Aberdeen Labour councillors will now be decided by UK party chiefs on July 3, and their Scottish colleagues have advised they should be expelled.
The Scottish Executive Committee (SEC) has rejected Aberdeen Labour's power sharing proposal.
Aberdeen council’s co-leader has launched a stinging attack on her opposition rival calling for him to apologise “for undermining the council” in a bitter dispute over outsourcing.
Aberdeen’s SNP leader has again called on Scottish Labour leadership contenders to make clear what the fate of the suspended Aberdeen councillors will be.
Scottish Labour’s leadership hopefuls must make their position clear on the “rogue” suspended Aberdeen councillors, the council’s SNP leader has said.
The decision to prevent Aberdeen Labour going into coalition with the Conservatives was made with a casting vote by chairman Alex Rowley MSP, the Press and Journal understands.