Why Starmer was wrong to write for The Sun – by a Murdoch employee

Together? Maybe. But stronger? Future? Unlikely. Keir Starmer’s decision to write for The Sun will have disgusted Labour’s mainstream followers without attracting voters across from the Tories.

The simple fact is that Keir Starmer has access to far more – and far better – media outlets than The Sun, so his choice to write for that rag was a political statement.

The people of Liverpool, where next year’s Labour conference will be staged, will undoubtedly be animated by that revelation. Will they cancel?

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1 thought on “Why Starmer was wrong to write for The Sun – by a Murdoch employee

  1. Martin Odoni

    I wish it was just stupid pursuit of the turkeys-who-voted-for-Xmas-dinner, but I think it’s more cynical than that. Still stupid, but it’s about throwing a two-fingered salute to Labour’s strongest heartlands, especially Liverpool. It’s Starmer’s way of saying to the poor, “I control you, you don’t control me, and just to prove it, here I am writing in the paper that always treats the poor like cr*p.”

    He’s in for a shock though.

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