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There is a stunning column in the Times today by Trevor Phillips. It’s worth the £2.20 alone. Trevor dissects the state of the Labour party. And if you are Starmer, Andy Burnham or Yvette Cooper ( or Uncle Tom Cobley) it makes grim reading.
His column was inspired by Tony Blair’s decent piece in the New Statesman last week explaining that to adopt BLM or XR either uncritically or unthinkingly was a big mistake.
Further he says that unless Labour embraces people it currently views as heretics it will never hold power. He cites JK Rowling, who defied transgender extremists over the definition of women; Sarah Khan who pointed out some terrorist are muslims and Trevor Phillips himself who said that most white people aren’t racists.
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All good points. Add the fact that the expression of “blue collar” voter only applies to 3% of the population and that in West London, home to the largest collection of Indian and Sikh heritage Britons, Shaun Bailey the Tory candidate for Mayor outpolled Labour for the first time. The Muslims in London stuck by Sadiq Khan.
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As you can see the wheels are falling off. My sense is that Starmer will give it another 16 months and if in the September of next year Labour haven’t made considerable headway in the polls then he will stand aside.
And if it's Burnham forget it. Not even Labour would elect him in two leadership contests so why should the nation.
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