Keir Starmer’s chance to sparkle: Labour leader finally puts his working class credentials to work for him

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Eroukhmanoff, C. and Prior, A. (2023). Keir Starmer’s chance to sparkle: Labour leader finally puts his working class credentials to work for him. The Conversation The Conversation.
AuthorsEroukhmanoff, C. and Prior, A.
KeywordsKeir Starmer, Elections, Narrative
Year10 Oct 2023
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