‘Labour’ ‘leader’ exposed again by his own actions
Keir Starmer has rightly been lambasted across the Labour movement for his spinelessly-executed ban on MPs attending picket lines in support of workers. He and his front bench say this is ‘posture politics’ or ‘performative’.
But apparently, there’s nothing posturing or performative about poncing around on military training grounds, dressed in combat gear for a photo opportunity:
Still, let’s look on the bright side – it makes a bit of a change from cramming as many union flags in behind him for every TV appearance in the out-of-touch belief that appeals to working-class communities.
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