SIR Keir Starmer has said Jeremy Corbyn’s time as a Labour MP has come to an end.
The party leader slammed his predecessor after he refused to call Hamas a terrorist organisation in an interview.
The Labour boss told The News Agents podcast: “He won’t stand as a Labour MP at the next election or any election.
“His days as a Labour MP are over. We have a changed party.”
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He now sits as an Independent MP.
Starmer, discussing the interview, added: “It reaffirmed in me why it is so important to me and to this changed Labour Party that Jeremy Corbyn does not sit as a Labour MP and will not be a candidate at the next election for the Labour Party.”
He added that he was “undaunted” by the prospect of entering Number 10.
He added: “This for me is about service not entitlement… my only concern is about my family.”
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