Starmer’s Own Momentum Branch Calls for Vote of No Confidence mdi-fullscreen

In a sign of how Momentum’s relevance is waning in post-Corbyn Labour, Sir Keir’s own Camden Momentum branch has passed a resolution calling on Labour’s National Executive Committee to pass a vote of no confidence in Starmer himself… and no one noticed.

The motion – passed by Camden Momentum on July 24thaccuses Starmer of working “closely with the police in prosecuting and convicting people who were overwhelmingly working class and disproportionately people of colour” as Director of Public Prosecutions; ordering “the fast-tracking of extradition of Julian Assange”; and attacks his support for “Zionism without qualification”. Meanwhile, the latest Opinium polling of Labour supporters reveals that just 6% disapprove of Sir Keir’s leadership…

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