Starmer dislikes ‘constraint’ of Parliament and prefers speaking to people, while he likes obnoxious and anti-feminist hack Piers Morgan more than former party leader with whom he laughed and joked, then sabotaged. Does he actually listen to himself?
Keir Starmer has told journalists that he likes Davos – the luxury playground get-together of billionaires, corporations and politicians – better than Westminster, where he’s supposedly elected to serve. Apparently this is because at the posh ski resort, you can – all protected by state of the art HEPA air filters that the UK denied to schoolchildren during Covid – ‘engage with people’, something Starmer apparently likes as long as they’re wealthy and powerful and not ordinary working class people.
Starmer went on to say he prefers right-winger Piers Morgan better than Jeremy Corbyn, the former Labour leader with whom Starmer used to put on a show of friendliness before stabbing him in the back. Morgan has been accused of overseeing phone hacking while at the Daily Mirror, for which the paper paid out large damages, and dismissed an anti-Trump women’s march as ‘rabid feminists’. Starmer, of course, infamously dismissed the Black Lives Matter movement as ‘a moment’.
No surprises there, but does Keir Starmer actually listen to himself?
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