Jeremy Corbyn is campaigning in a number of ‘winnable’ Scottish seats this week; despite the party exceeding expectations at the general election, the jury is still out on whether the party is on course for a return to its past dominance.

When Jeremy Corbyn was elected Labour leader in September 2015, the view from Scotland was, as it so often is, split down the middle.

There were those who thought he was the left-wing panacea the party needed to reawaken its lost support, versus those, myself included, who thought his lack of a strong position on independence would render his impact insignificant among voters.

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