Did the hear the piece around 0750 where Rowlatt (I think) started the conversation with Margaret Hodge 'Was Keir Starmer right to sack Rebecca Long-Bailey?'I had a brief glance at the BBC's Daily Hate (Morning Edition) on BBC1, and the topic de jour was about Rebecca Long-Bailey's knifing in the front from SKS. Two Left-Wing voices from the Labour Party and ancils were allowed to come on Radio 4 and say what a bad thing it was, (and were referred to in the piece with a caption stating who they were as if anyone really gives a shit), one of them being the despicable slime that founded Momentum, and only one sticking up for the decision.
She should be reporting, not opining.The way I read Laura Kuensberg’s article, she’s mighty pissed off by Wrong Daily’s sacking:
The politics are quite simple..The way I read Laura Kuensberg’s article, she’s mighty pissed off by Wrong Daily’s sacking:
Oh please yes.Equally, of course, the row could end up with Starmer strengthened: benefiting from the clear signal he has sent about his priorities, and a further divided Labour left, with some on the frontbenches, some clustering around Long-Bailey, and others looking to leadership from Richard Burgon, who several Campaign Group MPs think did a better job of outlining Corbynite principles in the deputy race than Long-Bailey did in the main leadership contest. The outcome of Starmer’s decision today is highly uncertain.
What isn’t parliaments choice?It is not parliaments choice.
Did you miss out posting the link to the official government petition site?What isn’t parliaments choice?
This is the only Petitions site that parliament has compelled itself to act upon once the required threshold has been met.
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