Working-class Labour ‘apologise Keir’ report wins national and international coverage

Wide coverage as working-class Labour fights back

A report put together by a trio of leading figures from Labour’s working-class left after a tour of 30 towns Labour lost at the last General election – which includes repeated demands for an apology from Keir Starmer for the contempt the Labour right showed to leave voters and for misleading remainers resulting in the hardest of Tory Brexits – has achieved widespread coverage by a variety of media channels.

The report and last Thursday’s Zoom meeting to launch it have been covered by:

  • 16 UK ‘MSM’ newspapers
  • 2 TV networks
  • 16 left-media Facebook channels with reach of over 900,000
  • BBC radio and news website
  • newspapers in the USA, France and Poland papers
  • 5 left-wing websites

as well as already receiving 35,000 unique views and climbing of the launch event.

The report and launch rally can be be viewed in full on the group’s website at

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  1. Excellent‼️‼️‼️ And it must be kept covered! Kept hot! NEVER sit back and hope for it to do what it should.
    ps And, we need new blood who can embrace and LIVE this.
    The middle class careerist are responsible for our present state. They are cosy and comfortable amongst themselves. They hate the working classes🌹🌹🌹

  2. It might do some good but I’m not holding my breath.

    Email notification for this post only came half an hour ago and it’s six posts down what I’d think ought to be a chronological sequence.
    Seems to happen at least once a week – I don’t mind that much but I would like to know why, Skwawkie?

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