Jeremy Corbyn: Starmer move flagrant attack on democracy
Former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has condemned Sir Keir Starmer's decision to bar him from standing for the party at the next general election, calling it a "flagrant attack" on democracy.
Published 3 months ago · London, United Kingdom
Jeremy Corbyn vs Labour Party's Starmer over polls: 'Attack on democracy'
Seasoned British politician Jeremy Corbyn has reacted strongly over the latest remarks by his successor in the Labour Party on the next general election, calling it "a flagrant attack on the democratic rights" of the members. Sir Keir Starmer - who has been serving as the leader of the opposition since 2020 - on Wednesday (February 15) said that Jeremy Corbyn won't be a Labour Party candidate in the next polls. Corbyn was suspended as the Labour
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