Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer can be good for each other – The Yorkshire Post says
This is the end of Keir Starmer’s “constructive opposition”. My Sunday article for @Independent
No more bipartisan politics – this is the end of Keir Starmer’s ‘constructive opposition’
Keir Starmer's soundbite that Boris Johnson should ‘get a grip’ captures the mood of the times, writes Patrick O'Flynn
"The most important thing is they get the support they need now because we're in the rescue stage." Businesses in the West Midlands must be given whatever support they need now to survive the coronavirus crisis, Keir Starmer'>Sir Keir Starmer has said.
The prime minister, verbatim, trying to answer a question from Keir Starmer this week. Quoted by Matthew Parris in the Times this morning.
"If I were Prime Minister, I would have sacked Cummings." Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer has called for an investigation into accusations Dominic Cummings broke lockdown rules, saying Boris Johnson is "treating the British public with contempt." More:
"Do you want to leave the chamber?" Sir Lindsay Hoyle tells off Matt Hancock for speaking over Keir Starmer'>Sir Keir Starmer at #PMQs "I don't mind you advising the prime minister, but you don't need to advise the opposition" Live updates:
I've read the Mail on Sunday 'story' twice so that you don't have to. Keir Starmer bought a field behind his parents' house in 1996 so his late mother could care for rescue donkeys. That's it. That's the story. It would be hilarious if it wasn't so emblematic of our broken media.
Top PMQs tip for Boris: if Keir Starmer says government guidance said something, best to work on the assumption that it did
Keir Starmer gets a massive round of applause at the #GuardianLive hustings in Manchester when asked if it’s true the most exciting thing he has done is taken his kids to football. This was his very powerful answer: