Kerr Starmer needs to “show more passion”, according to Andrew Fisher
Sir Kerr should be careful when judging public opinion surrounding the royal family after they supported the Duchess of Sussex last month, according to Express.co.uk. This comes after the leader of the Labor Party claimed that it is a strong monarchy in favor of the Queen and the institution that embodies it. A video revealed to the former attorney was revealed earlier this year in which he boasted of supporting “monarchy revocation” while discussing his appointment as an advisor to the queen in 2005.
This was shortly after a note was leaked that revealed how the Labor Party was being urged to become more patriotic.
In the wake of Meghan and Prince Harry’s revealing interviews with the US talk show host’s Oprah, which featured numerous allegations against the royal family, Sir Kerr was seen despising the Queen by supporting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Buckingham Palace called for an investigation into Meghan’s allegations of racism, and Philip Johnston, leader of the Labor Party, was accused of “attacking” the monarchy while writing in the Daily Telegraph.
In such cases, Paul Emberry, a unionist and prominent labor member, told Express.co.uk that Sir Kerr should “be very careful” with the steps he takes.
Keir Starmer: The Labor leader supported Megan despite claiming that she is a “ royal ” (Image: GETTY)
Labor news: Labor leader has struggled in recent months to gauge the nation’s morale (Image: GETTY)
Otherwise, Impery noted, Sir Kerr risks alienating voters whom the Labor Party desperately needs to have any chance of winning the election in the future.
He said, “Starmer has to be very careful in making judgments about what he thinks is public opinion when in fact a lot of people disagree.”
For Meghan Markle, since that interview, there has been a lot of sympathy for the royal family; most of the people I interviewed thought it was an inappropriate interview and an open attack on the royal family.
“A lot of the working class are royalists and I think there is probably an instinct among people to stand by the royal family, and seeing these two people who chose celebrity lives rather than service lives attacking them was not particularly good.
“So Starmer needs to think a lot before choosing a particular aspect about these issues that are not easy and where opinions are really polarized.”
While Sir Kiir famously “abolished the monarchy” in the past, in the run-up to Labor’s leadership elections last year, he said he would instead move to downsizing the royal family.
Prince Charles suggested a similar plan.
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Oprah Winfrey: The revealing interview shook the royal family (Image: GETTY)
Yet, in an interview with The Sunday Times this weekend, Sir Kerr described himself as a “royal” committed to the royal family and what it stands for.
When asked about the 2005 video, he said, “I am a king.
I believe in the queen.
“I believe in the royal family.”
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He said he had “never taken the Republican route” of the clip, and added, “I was just a joke.”
“It was a pariah comment.”
His views on the monarchy seem to have changed in the years since the video.
In 2014, he accepted the Equestrian Medal in the New Year’s Honor List after five years as Director of the Public Ministry.
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In the same year, he was appointed as Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB) at a ceremony held at Buckingham Palace by Charles.
The leaked work memorandum, which the Guardian reviewed, stemming from a presentation of an internal strategy commissioned by the party urged it to “ take advantage of [union] Science veterans [and] Elegant dress.
Sir Kiir also warned that voters want him to “stop sitting on the fence” and come up with some political ideas of his own.
A spokesman for Sir Kiir said the Labor leader was a “proud patriot” “who believed in ownership.”
Lisa Nandy – a prominent member of the Shadow Government said she will hold a referendum on the royal family (Image: GETTY)
He said the queen and her family had been a “beacon of hope” during the pandemic.
However, the leader is challenged with some party figures who have expressed contempt for both the royal family and the National Party record.
Clive Lewis, who was running for leadership alongside Sir Kerr, said a referendum should be held on the future of the royal family, and he also expressed his distrust of the party’s new love for the nation.
Likewise, Lisa Nandy, the shadow secretary of state who had recently been linked with a possible Shadow Chancellor’s move should Anneliese Dodds be uprooted, ran for leadership in a campaign committed to holding a referendum on Kings.
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