"In many ways, we pretended we had a political party for ten weeks."
Anas Sarwar MSP, leader of the Scottish Labour party.
“For too long, we’ve seemed angry with the electorate, as if we’re annoyed with them. ‘How dare you not vote for us?’ Or we look like we think we’re more intelligent than the electorate. ‘We’ve got the best ideas in the world. Are you too stupid not to vote for us?’”