Keir Starmer using Blair as Labour's only winner says expert
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TalkTV host and broadcaster Jeremy Kyle believes Labour leader Keir Starmer is highly unlikely ever to lead the party as Prime Minister. Kyle was joined by journalist Tom Newton Dunn on his new TalkTV show to discuss the 25 years since Labour’s historic victory and what is to come from the party with Starmer at its helm.
The 56-year-old now hosts a new primetime show on TalkTV, three years after his ITV daytime programme was axed.
Kyle and Newton-Dunn spoke about the Labour Party and if they will ever head the government again ahead of the local elections on Thursday.
The host remarked: “I don’t think he’ll ever be Prime Minister of this country.
“I don’t think the British people will ever forgive him on Brexit.
“I don’t care what anyone tells me, that’s just the way I think.”
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