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Labour crisis: Five major problems facing Keir Starmer

Sky News Friday, 7 May 2021
Labour crisis: Five major problems facing Keir StarmerAfter 11 years of Tories in Downing Street, today's by-election and local elections are a remarkable disaster for the opposition, showing Labour still going backwards. 
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