It has been yet another bad year for the Labour Party in Scotland. With its latest leader in Scotland failing to make any impact whatsoever and Jeremy Corbyn incoherent over Brexit, Labour lost members in all 73 Scottish Holyrood constituencies, falling from 25,836 in January 2018, to 21,162 compared to January 2019, a decline of 18.1%. It was 20% in Cunninghame North.
Eastwood, which has largest Jewish population, saw a plunge of nearly 40%.
The SNP now has more than five times the number of members that Labour has in Scotland.
So how many members did each constituency lose?