Starmer's 'brick by brick' rebuilding of the UK faces huge obstacles

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  • Sunday, 07 Jul 2024

ONE of the first speeches by Keir Starmer, the 58th Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, was about the importance of all parties closing ranks.

For the lack of a better word, whether they were voters who voted for the Labour Party (to return them to power with a massive majority, an increase of 214 parliamentary seats), or those who opted not to, it was important to remain united.

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