Starmer has rejected calls for the Brexit transition period to be extended, saying he would rather “the negotiations were completed as quickly as possible,” supported lockdown, and "offered to work with the government to defeat this dreadful virus."
Keir Starmer's approval rating is now 53% higher than Jeremy Corbyn's was. Not a typo. 53%
Boris Johnson's approva… https://t.co/xLR0Ij07Qt
Starmer’s ratings were best in London, where 43 per cent said he was doing well and 14 per cent badly. In the Midlands, 37 per cent said well and 17 per cent badly; in the North, 42 per cent said well and 15 per cent badly.
Starmer has taken Labour from the gutter...
Corbyn Net: -50 approval rating to Net: +23. Early days but for say 6… https://t.co/1NMsqzLbDP
This gives the Leader of the Opposition an approval rating of +23. This is 50 points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn, who, in YouGov’s final favourability survey before the election, after which he resigned, had a net score of -27, with one in three Britons (32 per cent) having a favourable view of the Labour leader and 59 per cent an unfavourable view.