Falkirk: Alistair Darling calls for fresh inquiry
Former Labour chancellor, Alistair Darling, has said there should be a full inquiry into allegations of election-rigging in the Falkirk constituency.
In September, Labour said it had cleared the Unite union of trying to rig the selection process for a parliamentary candidate. But Mr Darling said it was clear the original Labour Party inquiry "didn't have all the facts".
The BBC's Scotland correspondent James Cook reports from Falkirk.
04 Nov 2013
- From the section UK