STOP PRESS: BBC correspondent joins Scottish Labour

Former BBC political correspondent Lorraine Davidson has been appointed as communications director for the Scottish Labour Party. She will oversee a five-strong team and report to Scottish Secretary Donald Dewar. Davidson succeeds Paul McKinney, who left last month for personal reasons. Before joining the Scottish Labour party, Davidson was a BBC reporter for six months. She previously worked as a political correspondent for STV for five years.

Former BBC political correspondent Lorraine Davidson has been

appointed as communications director for the Scottish Labour Party. She

will oversee a five-strong team and report to Scottish Secretary Donald

Dewar. Davidson succeeds Paul McKinney, who left last month for personal

reasons. Before joining the Scottish Labour party, Davidson was a BBC

reporter for six months. She previously worked as a political

correspondent for STV for five years.



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