Starmer plummets in the polls

It isn’t just because the Covid-19 vaccine rollout is going well.

Starmer is not experienced enough to be the leader of the Labour Party.

He has been an MP only since 2015 and doesn’t know what he stands for.

That might explain why he has betrayed every promise he made in order to get elected.

A poll showed 41 per cent of people now think Starmer is failing as Labour leader, with 35 per cent saying he’s doing well.

He displays a lack of vision that is not distinct from the Tories. He is beige.

If local elections go poorly on May 6, he might be out by the end of the year.

But if he does go, who will replace him? Another beige wet-wipe?

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3 thoughts on “Starmer plummets in the polls

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    How can people say he’s labour he’s a Tory
    In a red tie the sooner these blairites are thrown
    Out the better it be but blaire has stocked up proper labour by his devious way of getting these
    People into a red tie party but ain’t only wanting
    Whots best for themselves stammer the spammer

  2. teessidevoice

    If Labour lose badly on May 6th it will lead to a summer of discontent for them. If Starmer is replaced after Septembers Conference another middle of the road leader will not be accepted by the public or the left who will continue to oppose hard from inside. The overhang of Southside- gate will not go away until those taking part are thrown out of Labour and Corbyn given the whip back. Until them the civil war that is going on will continue.

  3. terry w scales

    Keir Starmer needs to lead Labour by promoting devolution as essential for a socialist democratic civilised society and make it clear that Wales is working as a well managed Labour economy….for the many not the few…a partnership between municipal socialism and proportionally elected Welsh Government Assembly with a manifesto driven by principles of a green economy, wellbeing and fairness. Terry w Scales artist

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