Glasgow MSP pledges to replace internal wrangling with united purpose as he sets out his stall to succeed Richard Leonard

Anas Sarwar, a 37-year-old former dentist and member of the Scottish parliament, sets out his stall today to become Labour’s next leader in Scotland as he says the cause of equality – not independence – should be top of the political agenda.

Sarwar missed out in the race for the leadership four years ago to Richard Leonard, who resigned last week after failing to challenge the SNP as the dominant force in Scottish politics.

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