Jeremy Corbyn has brushed off claims of a new split with Scots Labour chief Kezia Dugdale
The UK Labour leader appeared at odds with Ms Dugdale last week over her flagship plans for a new 'Act of Union'.
She has called for a fresh approach to the three centuries old relationship as part of a federal UK.
Both have agreed to set-up a “people’s convention” to investigate constitutional reform with more powers for Holyrood, Cardiff, Stormont and English regions.
In a BBC interview Mr Corbyn said: “I wouldn’t use the words new Act of Union.”
But dismissing this as a sign of disagreement he said: “That’s not what happened.
“What I did say was that I wouldn’t necessarily use exactly the same words Kezia used. It’s not the end of the world, it’s not a fight, it’s not an argument.
Ms Dugdale has wants afresh approach to the three centuries old relationship as part of the UK
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Last year Ms Dugdale supported Mr Corbyn’s defeated leadership rival, Owen Smith
“If you are looking for reporting on some kind of fight between Kezia and me you better look somewhere else because it’s not here.”
Last year Ms Dugdale supported Owen Smith, Mr Corbyn’s defeated leadership rival, and said she did not think the Labour leader could win a general election.
She also left Mr Corbyn humiliated at last September’s party conference when she won a power struggle over reforms to Scottish Labour and secured a seat on the ruling National Executive Committee (NEC).