Think he got some criticism because he went down on his knees to the tory voters. Not sure why people were surprised as tories policies closer aligned to his than snp's left leaning. More than that he used his political power to help stop that decrepit stadium in Gorgie getting bulldozed the fat little *&*^Yes, he may well be a wee fat Jambo, but he is also the only wee fat Jambo who is a Scottish Labour MP and he gets my total respect for that. I don't go along with all this criticism of Ian Murray. He may well be a Blairite, (I have never been one, being only a simple Labour Party member), he may well be a Unionist (I was accused of the same thing when I was out leafletting during the Referendum) and he may well be this or that, but he held off the nonsense of trying to deselect him from his seat, flying in the face of Momentum's vile influence. I don't agree with a lot of the things he says in the Press (taking in to account Press bias) but I found it absolutely shameful that he of all people should be targeted when the Labour Party in Scotland couldnae win a raffle, let alone a General Election. I do not apologise if I upset a few people with my limited support of Ian Murray because we in the Labour party are a "broad church", and we hold many and varying views, but it will take far more than criticism of a sitting MP before the Labour Party in Scotland is in any position to win back the support that we have let down - and let down badly in the last fifteen years. It may well be time for the Labour Party in Scotland to be just that.