Is Keir Starmer blowing his chance to be prime minister?

Keir Starmer: is he capable of making a good decision?

This tweet just caught my eye, and I think it makes a few good points:

My personal opinion is that one could add any number of other decisions – not just purging Mr Corbyn but the whole party, going back on all of the pledges he made in order to be elected Labour leader, and so on.

So with a 37-point lead dwindling down to just 11, there’s a strong argument that Keir Starmer is indeed blowing his chance to be prime minister. There’s just one other question:


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2 thoughts on “Is Keir Starmer blowing his chance to be prime minister?

  1. marijo1951

    Mike, Are you suggesting that Keir Starmer is genuinely a Tory plant within the Labour Party, put there specifically to ruin Labour’s chances? I must admit it’s crossed my mind occasionally, but I always dismiss it as too far-fetched even in today’s crazy world.

  2. Gary Bowman

    I don’t think he is “blowing his chances” I think he is doing exactly the job expected of him. To destroy Labour and take us into a one party state. I can’t see any other logical reason. He is certainly no idiot, he knows exactly what he is doing, why he’s doing it and on who’s behalf. Conspiracy theory? Maybe, but I wouldn’t bet my pension against it.

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