An article by the irrelevance that is Kezia Dugdale made it on to my Facebook news feed a few moments ago. Below is an extract from that article:
"Nicola Sturgeon faces a choice – she can accept a Tory austerity budget from Westminster or work with Labour to use the new powers of Parliament to invest in education, schools and teachers.
If the First Minister doesn’t use those powers, she’s no better than a Tory."
It should be familiar to you, because Kezia has said similar things before, though there is every chance you were not listening because she is irrelevant. When she said something similar in May, the few people who were listening did not like what they heard, so Kezia's party came third in the election. I have taken the liberty of rewriting Kezia's own words to form an open message to her as follows:
Kezia Dugdale faces a choice - she can accept Tory government from Westminster forevermore or work with the SNP to campaign for independence and use it to do things differently, to address poverty and inequality and invest in our education, schools, teachers and NHS.
If the Scottish Labour leader continues to support the Union, she has as good as voted Tory herself.