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RMT chief says Starmer must 'cosy up to working class people' amid ongoing rail strikes

Sky News Saturday, 24 September 2022
RMT chief says Starmer must 'cosy up to working class people' amid ongoing rail strikesA union boss has said Sir Keir Starmer must "cosy up to working class people" to be effective in Opposition against the Conservative government.
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