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‘Will your gamble pay off, Mr Starmer?’

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‘Will your gamble pay off, Mr Starmer?’

‘Will your gamble pay off, Mr Starmer?’

Sir Keir Starmer is asked: “Will your gamble pay off?” as he leaves home on Wednesday morning.

Sir Keir has said he will resign as Labour Party leader if he receives a Fixed Penalty Notice for a gathering in an MP’s office in April 2021.

Report by Jonesia.

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