Referencing an excellent film "The Mission" which seems to be forgotten to a large extent.
At odds with the fraudian's coverage which is a masterclass in dubious phrasing:
Jeremy Corbyn will not stand for Labour at next election, Keir Starmer to confirm
Party leader to propose motion that will not endorse his predecessor as he vows to show Labour has changed
The old passive voice comes out to play; Starmer is merely "confirming" that Corbyn "will not stand" as if the decision was made by Corbyn. Sounds better than "Starmer moves to stop Corbyn running".
Jeremy Corbyn will not stand as a Labour MP at the next general election, Keir Starmer will confirm at Tuesday’s national executive committee (NEC) meeting after he vowed to prove the party had changed under his leadership.
The Labour leader will propose a motion that makes it clear the party’s ruling body will not endorse Corbyn as a Labour candidate for the Westminster election expected next year.
Starmer first confirmed the move last month as he marked an “important moment” for Labour after the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) lifted the party out of special measures over its past failings on antisemitism.
Only the third paragraph and they mention antisemitism and how it's all a thing of the past, you know, like Corbyn. Nice dog whistle.
...after he vowed to prove the party had changed under his leadership.
Well, he's right about that although probably not the way he thinks.
Their coverage was buried away from their main pages too. Craven wankers.
...no amount of cajolery, and no attempts at ethical or social seduction, can eradicate from my heart a deep burning hatred for the Tory Party...So far as I am concerned they are lower than vermin.
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