Fraser Nelson Fraser Nelson

Starmer is caught in a web of his own words

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I’ve so far found it hard to get outraged about Keir Starmer’s curry with staffers after a campaigning event in April last year. For the boss to buy in a curry for his local activists during the visit is a decent and human thing to do. I’d not condemn anyone for it. But this is politically tricky for Starmer for three reasons:

  1. Starmer was not a voice of moderation on lockdown.

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