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JK Rowling’s blistering attack on Sir Keir

22 June 2024

10:00 AM

22 June 2024

10:00 AM

It’s not just the Conservatives who are facing difficulties this election season. Sir Keir Starmer’s Labour party has found itself in hot water with one rather influential women’s rights campaigner. Renowned author of the bestselling Harry Potter series, JK Rowling, has now come out against Starmer’s army, blasting Sir Keir for ‘abandoning women’ concerned with the trans debate.

Writing for the Times, Rowling slams the Labour leader for his ‘dismissive and often offensive’ approach to worries raised by gender-critical feminists, adding that despite once being a paid-up member, she would now struggle to vote for the party.

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