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Keir Starmer’s purge has gone too far

31 May 2024

3:26 AM

31 May 2024

3:26 AM

It’s Friday 5 July 2024. The electorate has proved the pollsters right, and Labour has returned to power with a staggering majority to match or even surpass the landslide victories of 1945 and 1997.

Will the new Labour MPs have the courage to stand up Sir Keir Starmer and his team when they believe that they are making a mistake? Will the cabinet dare to argue back when argument is essential?

Or will they opt for sycophancy?

Starmer’s Labour is in danger of reliving the worst days of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership

As he purges the far left, Starmer is already giving one hell of...

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