Leonard said attacks on his leadership were undermining party’s ability to get its message across

The embattled Scottish Labour party leader, Richard Leonard, has announced his resignation only months after narrowly surviving a rebellion from fellow MSPs.

Leonard said he was stepping down after deciding over the Christmas holidays that constant attacks on his leadership were undermining Scottish Labour’s ability to “get its message across”.

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