The SNPs Deputy Leader Stewart Hosie said: “Labour’s position on Trident has become utterly indefensible”.
It comes after Labour lost all but one of the 41 Westminster seats it held in May’s general election.
It was, all in all, a strong speech from a socialist leader of a very fractious party, but as has been the case with his leadership so far, it left you wanting more; something definitive, something concrete, to show that his words can be reinforced.
Scottish Green Party’s Patrick Harvie has seen the membership of the party greatly increase since the Referendum.
“We will be supporting the authority of global law and worldwide organisations, and not acting against them”, he said.
“Yes there are people in the Parliamentary Labour Party who have a different approach – I fully understand that”.
The only way to protect British people at home and overseas was to resolve conflict. All of them deserve equal protection.
Members of the UK Labour Shadow Cabinet look likely to vote in support of a government motion to extend the country’s airstrikes against the Islamic State (ISIL) militant group, local media reported Tuesday.
“If finally there is a decision within the Labour Party that a defence policy is effectively a pacifist policy I would find it probably impossible to remain sitting on the Labour benches”.
He has already insisted there is “no question” of him treating Scottish Labour as a “branch office” – an accusation levelled by former leader Johann Lamont against party bosses in London.
This is a man who says what he means and is shaking up not just the internal workings of the Labour party, but also the establishment as well, and this surely has to be welcomed.
He conceded: “There was a few hangover from the conduct of the Better Together campaign which was jointly done by the parties”.
The ex-grammar school pupil said he was “dismayed at this attack on our grammar school system”, particularly as his constituency contains a number of selective schools.
Corbyn said he was “grateful” to writer Richard Heller for the words. It finished a long time ago.
Mr Hopkins said: “I was there from beginning to end and thought it was absolutely wonderful”.
He said: “We are going back to basics talking about the issues that matter to people in Bristol”.
Corbyn also stuck to his guns on Trident, saying his position that it should be scrapped had been well known for years and would win popular support in Scotland.
“It is because I am driven by these British majority values, because I love this country, that I want to rid it of injustice to make it more fair, more decent, more equal”, he will tell the conference.