DESPERATE Sir Keir Starmer will try to salvage his leadership in a telly chat with Piers Morgan.
The Labour chief suffered a local elections bloodbath then a bitter party civil war.
Sir Keir Starmer will attempt to salvage his leadership with a tell-all interview[/caption]
He’ll appear on Piers Morgan’s show to talk about his childhood, life as a barrister and tumultuous time in Westminster[/caption]
Sir Keir, labelled “boring” and “lacking in pizazz”, will seek to revive his image on Morgan’s show.
ITV promised he will lift the lid on his childhood, life as a barrister and tumultuous time in Westminster.
Morgan said the interview, to be filmed next month, should be “memorable and very revealing”.
Morgan promises the interview will be ‘very revealing’[/caption]
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It comes as Labour big gun David Miliband warned the party could be wiped out if it failed to face up to its disastrous Hartlepool by-election loss.
He told Times Radio: “We have no divine right to exist. We have no divine right to people’s votes.
“And if we don’t speak to their lives in a way that is powerful and credible and forward looking they’re going to tell us that they’re not voting for us.”