“Get a Grip of Extremists”: Starmer Slams Weak Sunak

Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer has launched an attack on the Prime Minister, claiming that he needs to “get a grip” of the “extremists” that are harbored within the Tory Party’s ranks.

Starmer’s Message to Sunak

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has told Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to “Get a grip” of his party and take out the “extremists” that Starmer claims are being harboured among the Conservative Paty.

Starmer’s Criticism of Anderson 

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer criticised Prime Minister Rishi Sunak for allowing former Deputy Chairman Lee Anderson to take the role, after Anderson’s “appalling racist and Islamophobic outburst.”

Anderson’s Controversial Remarks

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Anderson refused to apologise for his remarks about the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, who Anderson claimed had allowed “Islamists” to take control over Khan and the city of London.

Anderson Echoes Braverman’s Words

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Anderson’s remarks came after former Home Secretary Suella Braverman also made comments about “Islamists”, arguing that they, along with “extremists” and “antisemites” had taken over the UK.

Starmer Questions PM’s Judgment

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Starmer asked the question, “But what does it say about the prime minister’s judgement that he made Lee Anderson deputy chairman of his party?”

Sunak Refuses to Condemn

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Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said that Anderson’s words were “wrong,” but refrained from calling his comments Islamophobic. Sunak never condemned Braverman’s words.

Former Prime Minister Under Fire

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Former Tory Prime Minister Lizz Truss has also come under fire for failing to counter American political commentator Steve Banon, who labelled right-wing activist Tommy Robinson a “hero” in an interview with Truss.

Dowden Plays Down Anderson Comments

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Echoing the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden downplayed Anderson’s comments, refusing to label them as “Islamophobic” while insisting the former Tory MP was not “intentionally” being racist.

Sunak Urged to Investigate

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is not the only one calling for Sunak to investigate the alleged Islamophobia within his ranks, as the Muslim Council of Britain also urged the PM to look into “Structural Islamophobia” within the Tory Party.

Sunak Denies Islamophobic Allegations

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Despite recent criticism, Sunak was asked in an interview whether he believed there to be an Islamophobia problem in the Tory Party, to which he replied “No, of course there isn’t.”

Starmer Criticizes Truss and Braverman

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Starmer went on to criticise the Prime Minister’s response to Lizz Truss’s controversy, noting “Whether it is Liz Truss staying silent on Tommy Robinson” along with “Suella Braverman’s extreme rhetoric.”

Truss Claims “Deep State” At Fault for Her Failure

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Sunak’s “Weakness” Leads to “Impunity”

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Sir Keir Starmer went on to call out the Prime Minister’s perceived “weakness” arguing that Tory MPs are exploiting that trait to spread their “impunity” to the nation.

Starmer Calls Out “Embarrassing” Tories

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“This isn’t just embarrassing for the Conservative party,” Starmer went on to say, “it emboldens the worst forces in our politics,” arguing against the Tory Party’s “extremist” views.

Former Tory MP Compares Sunak With Corbyn

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Former Tory MP Mohammed Amin compared the current Tory Party to the Labour Party under former leader Jeremy Corbyn, claiming that just as Jewish people felt unsafe under Corbyn, Muslims feel unsafe under Sunak.

Corbyn Suspended for Anti-Semitic Remarks

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Jeremy Corbyn, the former Labour leader, now works as an independent after being suspended by the Labour Party for antisemitism.

A Worrying Sign of Things to Come

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Amin said that he is “very worried” about the direction that the Tory Party is heading,  The same way that the Labour Party became frankly unsafe to Jews under Jeremy Corbyn,” he argued.

“Anti-Muslim Bigots”

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Amin argued that Sunak is leading a party that consists of Islamophobic politicians, “right now we have a Conservative Party that seems incapable of dealing with anti-Muslim bigots inside it,” he said.

Sunak’s “Extremist” Speech

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Sunak recently addressed the public outside Downing Street, where he warned “extremist” protestors campaigning for a cease-fire in Gaza, were attempting to disrupt the UK’s democracy.

Torys Set For Landslide Defeat

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As the general election is expected to be announced this year, the current Tory government are anticipating a landslide defeat to Starmer’s Labour Party after “14 years” of so-called Conservative “failure,” according to Starmer.

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