Disappointment for Starmer after judge delays Webbe harassment appeal verdict?

Appeal delayed: Claudia Webbe.

It seems likely that Keir Starmer was waiting impatiently for the conclusion of Labour MP Claudia Webbe’s appeal against a conviction for harassment – so he could condemn another left-wing MP.

The instant her conviction was announced, Starmer’s Labour withdrew the party whip from Ms Webbe and issued to the media statements attacking her – despite knowing that she was appealing against it.

This is in line with the Starmer Party’s attitude to other black, female MPs, according to Skwawkbox:

The party behaved similarly toward left MP Apsana Begum, with staffers hovering outside the court to announce a by-election but leaving disappointed when Begum was rightly acquitted in what was clearly a politically-motivated case.

At no point does Keir Starmer appear to have said a word either to congratulate Begum for her acquittal or to show solidarity with Webbe against the horrific abuse she has received or the planned attempt on her life. Vile racist abuse toward left MP Zarah Sultana has similarly been ignored.

Skwawkbox has also claimed that media reports of Webbe’s court case may also have led to threats against her life – that Starmer has also ignored.

In what many saw as connected to the media incitement and the Labour party’s comments, a British man was arrested and charged by Irish police last November with planning to kill Ms Webbe. The so-called ‘mainstream’ media reported only the arrest of a man for planning to kill an unnamed MP – presumably because to name Claudia Webbe as the intended victim would have led to scrutiny of their role in inciting murder.

The appeal verdict has been delayed until May – so it may take place after Starmer is expected to take a pummelling in the local elections.

Will he respond with contrition if she is exonerated? Will he apologise for his current mistreatment of her and welcome her back into the fold?

This Writer doubts it. Boneheaded bigots never change.

Source: Webbe appeal conclusion delayed by judge until May – SKWAWKBOX

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2 thoughts on “Disappointment for Starmer after judge delays Webbe harassment appeal verdict?

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    His ratings won’t plummet but take a stalled dive how many have left the party hmmm stammer the spammer but wait for those who love this traitor in a red tie be thrown out but hold my breath

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