An adjective often thrown up to describe the leader of the British opposition, Labour, by left-wing analysts or by citizens randomly asked on British streets. keir starmer: “Bored”. it was also the most used word in focus groups Citizens carried out by the company of Lord Ashcroft, former Vice President of the Conservative Party, while the adjective most associated with the current Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, is “wealthy” (Sunak and his wife have a net worth of 850 million euros), according to the sunday times,
After five prime ministers in six years, Brits will be yearning for some boredom at Westminster, A Starmer-led government will manage 11 of the 12 issues better than the current one, including the rising cost of living, the crisis in the national health system, immigration and the consequences of Brexit. This is revealed by a ‘bomb’ survey conducted by Ashcroft with 5,210 people. Ashcroft writes in the right-wing newspaper, “They trust the Labor Party more on every issue … even on those where voters have traditionally trusted the Conservatives, such as immigration and justice.”
Voters seem to They can forgive a boring prime minister if he brings in decency and competence during a deep economic crisis and after endless scams such as partygate, But why is Starr rejected so often? Mainly due to his speeches in the British Parliament, which according to journalist Simon Kupper in his book lack expression and jokes compared to conservative politicians such as Boris Johnson. Chums: how a small cast of Oxford Tories took over the UK (Chums: How a Small Breed of Oxford Tories Took Over the UK.) He points out that Johnson, former Prime Minister David Cameron and several other Conservative men He learned public speaking as a student at the Oxford University Debating Club. while Labor boycotted it for its expensive tuition and frivolous culture. “The results are visible to this day: Starr is a forensic speaker, but soft and inarticulate with a nasal voice,” Kuper writes.
There was a rumor that Starmer was the inspiration for the character of Mark Darcy in his novel Bridget Jones.
Cooper’s comments suggest Starr could change his image with the public by changing his speaking style. The current Labor leader graduated in law from the University of Leeds and, aged 23, while studying for a master’s degree at Oxford, often attended Labor club meetings, where he was well received. “He was really working class, charismatic, handsome, quite a leftist, football fan,” Kuper writes. He also danced well on Northern Soul Music.
Charismatic as a young man, the former director of the prosecutor’s office, now a father of two at the age of 60, continues to have admirers including author Helen Fielding. and also Rumor spread that Starmer was the inspiration for the character of Mark Darcy in his novel Bridget Jones., Actor Colin Firth played the reserved and brilliant lawyer who fought in a famous scene in the film against the natural seducer Daniel, played by Hugh Grant. How Darcy,”He doesn’t see himself as sexy, but he is very sexy.The author is of opinion, advising the Labor leader: “Come on, Keir, loosen your tie a bit, comb your hair a bit.”
A boring prime minister could be forgiven if he brought complacency and competence during a deep economic crisis and after scandals.
Fielding eventually denied that Starmer was his Darcy, but sex appeal However, the number of starkers is on the rise. conservative newspaper many times puts her on a recent cover with the headline: “I Kissed a Conservative.” Starmer says he will not wear the badge that some in his party wear which reads “i never kissed tory“, for example (“I broke that rule,” he confesses).
with vote for youStarmer also responded to criticism of his boring speeches by acknowledging that the transition from the world of the courts to the world of politics has been difficult at times. There are rules and evidence is required before a court, he says, also conceding that it has little value in the political world. “The number of people giving great speeches describing the same problem without solving it gets on my nerves,” he says. “This is my passion: let’s identify the problem, about Be very precise about what needs to be changed… and do it no matter what.”