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Keir Starmer is alienating both sides in the Brexit debate

15 June 2021

10:32 PM

15 June 2021

10:32 PM

What is it with Labour and Brexit? An issue that during Theresa May’s premiership looked like it could rip the Conservative party apart has instead made them electorally invincible – and caused huge problems for the Labour party.

For that reason, Keir Starmer tends to avoid the topic these days, seeking to show that he and his party have ‘moved on’.

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