Keir Starmer’s latest announcements offer us NOTHING

Keir Starmer: a flag and a fancy haircut are no substitute for political policies that might help people.

Keir Starmer took the opportunity of an LBC radio appearance to tell junior doctors and refugees that he doesn’t support them against the government.

Who does he help, apart from himself? Good question.

Responding to a junior doctor who asked whether a Labour government would provide full pay restoration – bring pay back up to the level enjoyed under Gordon Brown’s New Labour administration – he said he could not make that promise, but he was grateful for what junior doctors do and wanted them to know he was on their side.

That doesn’t pay the bills.

And, challenged on what he would do for asylum-seekers, he said putting them into concentration camps on military bases was unavoidable, and did not put forward any alternative ideas to relieve the pressure that has been created by the failure of the Tories to address the issue in any meaningful way.

What was his message to the voters of the UK?

It was simply this: he offers us nothing.

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7 thoughts on “Keir Starmer’s latest announcements offer us NOTHING

  1. flttymartyn

    The sooner this self serving, backstabbing traitor is booted out of the labour party, the better!

  2. Hecuba

    Starmer’s message to all voters was ‘look I’m a puppet of the fascist tories so therefore when you elect me expect nothing but more persecution because I am really a fascist tory in disguise!

  3. NikkiW

    I never voted for Keith Stalin in the leadership election and on his ‘ascent’ to authoritarian power, I left the Labour Party. I knew he was Marmite but I never expected him to be Marmite laced with arsenic.

    I worry that he and his cronies around him are more authoritarian than Sunak, Braverman and Johnson all put together. His total disregard for party democracy and fairness is a pointer to how ruthlessly evil he might be if he ever got a massive majority in a GE, I would worry for the country and the people’s individual liberty and rights.

  4. Dave Rowlands

    The current labour party has nothing at all in common with the original Labour party and it should be renamed to the “Conservative Supporters and Self Serving Party”, or CSSSP for short, or “Cesspit” depending on how you want to promote it. I wonder how many of the sitting labour MP’s actually know what the party actually stood for before this lot stole control of it?

  5. Tony

    What a hypocrite!

    He supports massive increases in the military budget and, only last week, Rachel Reeves made a commitment not to change taxes on unearned income.

    If unearned income was taxed at the same rate as earned income, as it was under the late Nigel Lawson, that would raise an estimated £16 billion a year.

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