Labour will lose more voters every time he writes in that rag than it will ever gain from its Tory readership
Keir Starmer has told a lifelong Liverpool supporter that he thinks it is important to write in the S*n and would do so again. Speaking on LBC radio, he claimed it was ‘very important’ for him to do so, so that S*n readers hear ‘the Labour message’.
The so-called Labour ‘leader’ wrote a column for the Murdoch toilet-paper last month after Skwawkbox exclusively revealed he was about to and is apparently keen to insert his head into the union-buster’s rear passage again.
Keir Starmer wouldn’t know a ‘Labour message’ if it bit him on the backside – and will lose more voters every time he writes for that Murdoch rag than he will ever gain among its rapidly vanishing and die-hard Tory readers.
Starmer can claim all he likes that he ‘understands’ or ‘respects’ the feelings of the people of Liverpool and its surrounds about a rag that has spent decades abusing and lying about them.
Socialist Telly’s ‘Kernow Damo’ challenged Starmer to appear on Socialist Telly if he’s serious about reaching all voters. He won’t respond, of course, but he would not be welcome on Skwawkbox’s weekly programme there after the first time he soiled the party by appearing in the S*n and even less so after saying he’d do so again.
Labour’s next annual conference is scheduled to take place in Liverpool. If the country is unlucky enough that he’s still Labour’s notional ‘leader’, he and his fellow Murdoch-lickers on his front bench will not be welcome.
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