A ROOKIE councillor, a former Scottish minister and the city's finance chief are amongst the front runners to replace the outgoing leader of the country's largest local authority.
THE leader of Glasgow City Council will quit within months regardless of the outcome of his bid to become deputy leader of Scottish Labour.
Scottish Labour leadership challenger Kezia Dugdale has warned the ageing party will die unless it attracts new younger members at the latest hustings in Glasgow.
KEZIA Dugdale, the frontrunner to replace Jim Murphy as Scottish Labour leader, will launch her campaign today with a pledge to stop the SNP creating a "one party state".
SCOTLAND'S largest council needs to cut 3,000 jobs within three years with savings in excess of £100million in order to "just to keep the lights on."