British opposition leader Starmer takes a knee in support of Black Lives Matter
LONDON British resistance Labour Party pioneer Keir Starmer turned out to be taped being seated joint to get the Black Lives Matter stroke on Tuesday.
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“We kneel with all those opposing anti-Black racism #BlackLivesMatter,” Starmer said within a cheep alongside a graphic of him and proxy Labour leader Angela Rayner kneeling in a very parliamentary offices.