Keir Starmer is humiliated after claiming that Labour is now united, but that there is still a long way to go.

0

Keir Starmer is humiliated after claiming that Labour is now united, but that there is still a long way to go.

GMB host Ben Shephard placed KEIR Starmer on the spot regarding the state of the Labour Party, arguing that he still has “a long way to go” before his party is unified around him.

Labour will be able to focus on fundamental ideas now that internal divisions have been reduced, according to Keir Starmer. Sir Keir’s intentions to realign the party’s stance to a more moderate one were met with fierce hostility from the far-left fringes. However, host Ben Shephard of Good Morning Britain questioned his assessment of the party’s status, insisting that there is still a “far way to go” until unity is reached.

“You claim you’ve got your house in order,” Mr Shephard replied, “but I think you’ve got a long way to go, haven’t you?”

The £15 minimum wage was one of the issues you campaigned on during your leadership candidacy.

“You’ve gone back on yourself now, to the point where Andy McDonald, one of your shadow frontbench colleagues, has quit as a result.”

“He is adamant in his opposition to a £15 minimum wage.” That’s something you campaigned on when you ran for president. You’ve also altered your mind.” “The idea of this week was not,’should it be £15 in this specific business,'” added the Labour leader. It was that credible attitude when we looked at the economy as a whole as an entering Labour government, and it was that credible approach.

“You mentioned Blackpool, and I have relatives that work in the care industry. I know what it’s like to live on the minimum wage; I know exactly what it’s like to live on the minimum wage.

“And people who are close to me have told me about the weekly struggle.

“And what we’re proposing, which is a £10 initial minimum – rising from there but an immediate minimum – is an extra £2,000 per year, a 12 percent rise, which I know would be quite welcome.”

Sir Keir faced a backlash over proposed changes to leadership election rules heading into conference season, so he was compelled to deliver a watered-down version of the plan.

Despite setbacks early in the conference, including heckling during Sir Keir’s keynote speech on Wednesday, Sir Keir claimed Labour is now ready to make the argument. “Brinkwire News Summary.”

Share.

Comments are closed.