How many Labour leaders have won elections since the Second World War?
THERE was a book published in 2012, The Strange Death of Labour Scotland, by Gerry Hassan and Eric Shaw.
AS the Scottish National Party MPs settled themselves into "Freedom Alley", as the former LibDem corridor in the Commons is now called, there has been a sense of optimism.
The two obvious conclusions that almost everyone has drawn from the General Election are that Scotland has become much more nationalist and that England remains profoundly conservative.
SCOTLAND'S pre-eminent historian and the founder of a charity working with children in some of the world's poorest communities have been named amongst the UK's most influential Catholics.