The Little Taproom bans Starmer from its premises
The landlord of the Little Taproom in Aigburth in south Liverpool has banned Labour leader Keir Starmer from his premises because of Starmer’s decision to write in the Murdoch S*n, which is almost universally despised and boycotted on Merseyside. The decision was announced in a tweet after Starmer tweeted a widely-derided message of condolence to the families of Hillsborough victims who were smeared by that same rag for decades after their deaths:
The Taproom’s landlord, a former Labour member disgusted with the party leadership’s conduct, told Skwawkbox that the mention of an earlier ban via the local paper was in reference to a different person and not Starmer.
The venue’s popularity is likely to rise still further as a result of its stance against the Murdoch columnist currently running the party into the ground, as local left-wingers give it their custom.
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