‘Of course he should resign’ Keir Starmer insists partygate report be released in full

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “‘Of course he should resign’ Keir Starmer insists partygate report be released in full” – below is their description.

Labour leader Keir Starmer is demanding that the government be ‘laser focused on the cost of living crisis’ and also says that Prime Minister Boris Johnson should resign as he is ‘responsible for the culture’.

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