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Labour leader Keir Starmer pleads with people to ‘stop chucking bricks at each other’ in trans rights debate

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Labour leader Keir Starmer says that the “way forward” for trans rights in the UK is for “everybody to stop chucking bricks at each other”. Starmer made the comments on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme and also rejected the framing of trans rights as being in “conflict” with...
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News video: Labour Leader refutes criticism of Long-Bailey sacking

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has defended the sacking of Rebecca Long-Bailey - saying the decision was about 'restoring trust' with Jewish communities after the former Shadow Education Secretary re-tweeted an article containing alleged anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. Report by Connerv. Like us on...

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