Labour sources say leadership lashing out at front-bench women and hoping to distract from dire leadership
Minutes ago, news broke that Keir Starmer had sacked Angela Rayner as Labour chair, as he seeks a scapegoat for his disaster in this week’s elections.
But now, Labour sources say that Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy is also in line to be sacked or moved to a lesser job.
Starmer’s flailing as he tries to divert blame and attention from his unelectability – and his first targets appear to be senior women on his front bench.
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