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Starmer is becoming really annoying with a negative view on anything the government does but reporters never ask him what he would have done differently.

Starmer is leader of the opposition, not the proposition.
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At some stage he’s going to have to propose an alternative. It might not be now, but at the moment he’ll be getting a bump from people thinking he cannot be as bad as Corbyn / Johnson. That will not last for ever because actually no one really knows what his position on anything is, and at some stage that is going to become important.
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It will.

But like has been said many times. I don't think the middle of a pandemic is the time.

Right now I think he's doing right, by holding the government up to task when he can and picking those battles rightly.

Many people, particularly those who voted Tories first time round, aren't going to want to admit they got it wrong with their votes so Starmer has to tread a bit carefully.

He'll be in a very good position where hopefully he will have a huge list of ****s up that this government has made, and he'll be able to run through them all and carefully pick them off.
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It will.

He'll be in a very good position where hopefully he will have a huge list of ****s up that this government has made, and he'll be able to run through them all and carefully pick them off.
He has that already tbf.
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At some stage hes going to have to propose an alternative. It might not be now, but at the moment hell be getting a bump from people thinking he cannot be as bad as Corbyn / Johnson. That will not last for ever because actually no one really knows what his position on anything is, and at some stage that is going to become important.
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Broad policy objectives 2 years before the election, specific policies 6 months before election, 3 cakes with extra cherries 4 weeks before the election.
Why can't he do broad policy objectives and give his vision now? There's mayoral, Scottish, council and probably bi-elections to come so what are Labour party members going to campaign on when go out canvassing? "I'm not Johnson or Corbyn"?
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