Labour Party press release
Kezia Dugdale appoints herself onto Labour's NEC as party approves more autonomy for Scottish Labour
Kezia Dugdale is on Labours’s NEC after more than 80 per cent of delegates vote in favour of full autonomy for Scottish Labour
SCOTTISH LABOUR leader Kezia Dugdale has appointed herself onto Labour’s national executive committee (NEC) after reforms allowing more autonomy for the Scottish arm of the party passed with a majority at the Labour conference.
After a fiery session at conference, Dugdale nominated herself to take up the Scottish seat on the NEC after the creation of the role was voted through by 82 per cent of delegates.