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Keir Starmer watches England v Wales in his constituency

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Keir Starmer watches England v Wales in his constituency

Keir Starmer watches England v Wales in his constituency

Keir Starmer, Leader of the Labour Party, watches Wales vs England in the World Cup at a venue in his constituency.

The Labour leader will watch with Welsh and English LGBT+ supporters' groups, in a mark of solidarity.

Report by Nelsonr.

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