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McDonnell and Starmer show split on Labour's Brexit stance

Starmer disappears amid a sea of placards, calls for supporters to make 580k phone calls ...

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Starmer: They say we can't beat Johnson - I say we can... Another Future Is Possible ...

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McDonnell and Starmer show split on Labour's Brexit stance

Starmer: my byword is Unity... we've got to bring our movement together...

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Starmer'>Keir Starmer mocked for photo him ‘signing’ a document with a pen that still has its lid on

McDonnell and Starmer show split on Labour's Brexit stance

McDonnell and Starmer show split on Labour's Brexit stance

Starmer event "dark times for planet Earth" says @sallyephillips  but "looking forward to a huge boost for the hair gel industry"... muted laughs ...

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The Conservatives have been criticised for editing a GMB interview with Labour's Starmer'>Kier Starmer. We play both interview clips side by side. #GMB 

A #Brexit  quake has just happened as I consistently warned that it would. They will seek to blame #Corbyn  but in truth he is not wholly to blame. Those - Starmer Thornberry Abbott'>McDonnell Starmer Thornberry Abbott et al - who hung the Albatross of the Anti-Brexit mantle around his neck are more culpable

Extraordinary how Keir Starmer keeps saying “protect workers’ rights and environmental standards” to mean “let the EU decide these things for us in perpetuity”. When did Labour lose confidence in its ability to do these things itself?

So this happened. The Conservative Party took an interview from @GMB  this morning. They edited it to add on the last shot in which Starmer'>Keir Starmer looks stumped. But that didn't happen. In the original Keir Starmer immediately answered @piersmorgan  's question.

Honestly, if @UKLabour  broke all their rules and made Keir leader for the GE, Starmer'>Keir Starmer would be PM.

"It's Parliament's fault, it's the opposition's fault, it's the Benn Act, it's Germany, it's Ireland" Labour's Starmer'>Keir Starmer says No 10 briefing shows PM "never takes responsibility for his own actions", accusing him of a "reckless blame game" with the EU

Isn’t the choice before the Labour Party clear? There would be a reasonable chance of a Labour government / SNP, Lib, Lab coalition this year with Starmer or Thornberry as leader, and a significantly lower probability with Corbyn as leader. Isn’t that incontrovertible?

Standing ovation for Starmer after he tells Labour conference that if the PMs deal fails and she refuses a General Election: “options must include campaigning for a Public Vote and nobody is ruling out Remain as an option”. Feels like a significant moment in UK politics/ Brexit

Starmer says there is 'nothing in the Human Rights Act' that gets in the way of combating terrorism, May's plans are 'a diversion'

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