Hits bullseye of Starmer’s constant blame-dodging over Labour’s abysmal standing and electoral performances
Leading Labour left-winger has lobbed a metaphorical hand-grenade into the utter chaos and collapse of Keir Starmer’s dying ‘leadership’ of the Labour party – targeting Starmer’s craven and Tory-like habit of letting underlings take the blame for his disasters.
Trickett pulled the pin and tweeted:
After ongoing disasters led to Labour’s worst ever by-election result this week, with just 662 Labour votes in Chesham and Amersham, equating to 1.6 – making the catastrophic loss of Hartlepool in last month’s by-election now look like a high point of Starmer’s tenure – Starmer has allowed yet more minions to take the fall, with both his private health lobbyist head of comms and his chief of staff now gone.
Trickett’s barb is so lethal because it is both accurate and utterly scornful of Starmer’s high-handed and remote style of what he passes off as leadership.
Expect a leadership challenge at any moment: the knives were already being sharpened for the impending disaster of Batley and Spen – but that now looks like too long a wait.
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