The Invisible Party

At the height of the coronavirus crisis, Douglas Alexander and other unionists took to social media to complain that a hospital in Glasgow was being named after Louisa Jordan, a Scottish First World War nurse. “As a son, grandson and great grandson of Scottish doctors, I think ‘Nightingale Hospital Glasgow’ would surely have better reflected the truth that we’re all in this together,” he said. Meanwhile, his former party elected a new leader in Keir Starmer.

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