Starmer’s lack of vision and his lack of appeal in working-class leave areas cost party
Keir Starmer’s lack of anything resembling a Labour vision – and the long memory of working-class leave voters – has cost the Labour party a by-election seat in Thursday’s by-election in the Teesside ward of Normanby, with Labour’s direness under Starmer allowing the utterly chaotic and disgraced Tory party to gain sixteen points and take the seat:
Starmer’s second referendum treachery – which many including this site conclude was precisely contrived to cost the Corbyn-led Labour party the 2019 general election and directly led to the disastrous state of the UK now – has not been forgotten and his complete lack of anything remotely resembling a Labour vision for the country, while brown-nosing billionaires and fanning racism, has done nothing to persuade those communities they should lend him a vote.
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