But when clicked, the link directed users to a government website inviting people to register to vote.
His response comes after the leader of the opposition was confronted by a pub landlord earlier today in Bath. Landlord of The Raven, Rod Humphris shouted: “Get out of my pub!” in scenes not seen since Peggy Mitchell ran the Queen Vic.
Humphris was angry about coronavirus restrictions including lockdowns which he perceived to have ruined the economy and quoted dubious statistics suggesting that the pandemic was not as serious at is it. He blamed Starmer for not holding the government to account for taking measures to save lives...
While Starmer quickly schooled him about the pressure the NHS had been under and said he “profoundly disagreed” with him, Humphris remained unsettled and was restrained by security. Nevertheless, Starmer politely handed him his glasses before leaving the pub:
Even when someone is hurling abuse at him, Keir Starmer is still cool enough to politely hand them their glasses ba… https://t.co/7Tqe5p2nXT