Sir Keir Starmer Addresses Beer Gate & Opens Up About His Late Mother’s Still’s Disease | LW

Loose Women published this video item, entitled “Sir Keir Starmer Addresses Beer Gate & Opens Up About His Late Mother’s Still’s Disease | LW” – below is their description.

To tie in with Arthritis Care Awareness Week, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer joined our Loose Women to speak about his late mother’s lifelong battle with Still’s disease. He also addressed the ongoing ‘partygate’ and ‘beergate’ scandals and why he continues to believe he did not break any rules.

From series 26, broadcast on 16/05/22

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