Keir Starmer says Jeremy Corbyn will not stand as Labour candidate at election
Speaking in east London, Mr Starmer said: "Let me be very clear about that Jeremy Corbyn will not stand for Labour at the next general election as a Labour candidate.
Published 4 months ago · London, United Kingdom
Jeremy Corbyn will not stand as a Labour candidate at next election says Starmer
Jeremy Corbyn accused Keir Starmer of a 'flagrant attack on the democratic rights of Islington North party members', saying it is their decision who their candidate should be at the next election
4 months ago·London, United KingdomRead Full Article
UK’s Labour Party says ex-leader Corbyn can’t run again
The leader of Britain's Labour Party says former U.K. opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, who led the left-of-center party while it was stained by allegations of antisemitism, will not be allowed to run for Labour in the next national election
4 months ago·United StatesRead Full Article
‘We are not going back’ – Jeremy Corbyn will not be a Labour candidate at next election, Keir Starmer confirms
Keir Starmer has for the first time unequivocally barred his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn from standing as a Labour candidate at the next general election as he invited his critics to leave the party.
4 months ago·IrelandRead Full Article
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