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IT’S SIR KEITH

By Pete Moore On April 4th, 2020

The Labour Party was irrelevant following its drubbing in December. Today it announced that Sir Keith Starmer has been elected the party’s leader following Corbyn’s resignation. And the Labour Party will continue to be irrelevant.

That’s just as well for our sanity, because Starmer is the dullest man in Westminster. A dull man with a dull face, dull hair and a dull voice with which he says dull things.

The interesting thing is that this “progressive” party could have chosen its first woman leader. There was the gobby one from Birmingham, the gobby one from Yorkshire and the gobby one with a squint from Manchester.

And faced with that array of talent the comrades chose a multi-millionaire Knight of the Realm who went to a grammar school. Up the workers.

11 Responses to “IT’S SIR KEITH”

  1. Ok you got a hip new wrapper, but it’s the same unelectable dimwits behind him.

  2. I stand corrected on Sir Keir, he is not a millionaire..

    He is a multi millionaire.

    Just what us plebs need, another multi millionaire at Westminster.

  3. c’mon you 2 plebs will still be able to dig your turnips and read your Daily Mail

    He’ll make a good opposition leader, better than corbyn and he’s respected by the tories
    Am looking forward to hearing him at the dispatch box, we got some dignity back , now hopefully Biden will do the same in Nov .. we’re 1st world countries and deserve intelligent 1st world politicians .. wealth has nothing to do with it, just means he’s worked hard and been successful, we need those types ..

  4. Kurt

    Is Sir Keir part of the 1%?

    Only asking, because I know from your previous posts, you despise the 1%.

  5. wealth has nothing to do with it, just means he’s worked hard and been successful, we need those types ..

    kurt, on November 6th, 2019 at 8:53 PM Said:

    Grow the middle classes, no good having a country top-heavy with millionaires, whilst millions of people are squeezed. The hidden costs of that are wasting billions on more prisons, courts, addiction from gambling,drugs,prostitution,run down health and social services, not to mention crime increase and social disorder. Its a nightmare.
    You need wealth creators, decent employment, housing etc and you don’t get that by having 1% owning 99% of the wealth. This is not too difficult to grasp petem.

  6. no harri, i despise the system that gives rise to the 1%, not the individuals
    stick to what you know best – turnips ..
    how to do they get so ruddy hard, i like em mashed with carrots and parsnips
    dya make your own cider and stuff , that’s what i miss about the country
    grew up with chickens and horses , was a good outdoor life ..

  7. kurt, on April 4th, 2020 at 7:53 PM Said:
    no harri, i despise the system that gives rise to the 1%, not the individuals
    stick to what you know best – turnips ..

    You revert to type Kurt.

    You could not stop with the insults if your life depended on it.

    Shame on you.

  8. Kurt

    Please explain in as much detail as you like,

    How living in the countryside relates to turnips?

    Just how bigoted and stupid are you?

  9. lol just winding ya up harri, 😉
    like you do most days – see
    called trolling ..
    lol you always bite too ..

  10. And the Labour Party will continue to be irrelevant.

    For now, yes. But that could change in a few months if the Tories’ mis-handling of the crisis leads to thousands of needless deaths, as it well might. The fact that NHS workers are still short of protective equipment is unforgivable and we can expect a steady increase in the death rates of doctors and nurses. Never mind the endless shambles over testing.

    Johnson thought it would be fun being PM. How wrong can you be?

  11. Pete

    I thought you always held the view that the best politicians were the dullest least effective and most inconsequential ones 😉