#KeirStarmer relaunches #Labour – again. He might as well have sung the Birdie Song

Keir Starmer: with nothing to say, no wonder he’s shrugging.

What a way to ruin a good party.

Keir Starmer stood next to a podium today and relaunched his version of Labour. How many times has he done this, now? Seven? Eight?

His speech contained no substance at all. As I state in the headline, he might as well have stood there and performed the Birdie Song.

In fact… well, take a look at this clip depicting what I took away from it:

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