‘Keir Starmer is a busted flush’ | Steve Hedley on Labour’s rail strike position

GBNews published this video item, entitled “‘Keir Starmer is a busted flush’ | Steve Hedley on Labour’s rail strike position” – below is their description.

‘Keir Starmer is a joke! I don’t think even he knows what he stands for.’

Former RMT Assistant General Secretary Steve Hedley criticises Labour leader Keir Starmer over his stance on train strikes.

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