Local elections have no bearing on NHS funding or waiting times – yet Starmer repeats claim that was tagged as dishonest
Keir Starmer has again claimed that votes for Labour in next month’s local elections will mean shorter NHS waiting lists – just two days after the same claim was tagged by Twitter with ‘context’ showing how the claim was dishonest.
Local elections have no effect whatever on NHS waiting times or resources, yet Starmer keeps repeating the claim:
Labour’s campaign has already been widely slammed for dishonest and hypocritical attacks on Tory PM Rishi Sunak – and for repeating those tactics in Liverpool with an appalling, cowardly and dishonest smear campaign against a left-wing independent councillor Labour clearly fears.
Under Starmer, Labour has become like a jellyfish in a sewer – spineless, insubstantial, venomous, stinking, completely out of place and with no sense of shame.
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