Kezia Dugdale: 'No foregone conclusions' in Holyrood election
Kezia Dugdale has insisted there are "no foregone conclusions" despite polls suggesting the SNP holds a commanding lead ahead of the Holyrood election on 5 May.
Addressing the party's spring conference in Glasgow, the Scottish Labour leader told delegates: "My Scotland is one where there are no foregone conclusions", and went on to say Nicola Sturgeon had been "utterly arrogant" in assuming that the SNP would win the election.
Ms Dugdale promised to bring an end to austerity in Scotland, and to invest £500m in primary care health services.
19 Mar 2016