Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway argued that the Labour Party were not speaking about the issues that the people of Britain cared about. Whi
Good Morning Britain host Kate Garraway argued that the Labour Party were not speaking about the issues that the people of Britain cared about. While speaking to Labour Party’s Shadow Secretary for International Trade, Emily Thornberry, Ms Garraway questioned how effective the Labour Party were as an opposition at the moment. The Good Morning Britain host argued the Conservative Party were winning support from the public on doing things that “feel very labour.”
Ms Thornberry initially came on the show to argue the UK should do more to ensure that countries around the world have access to vaccines.
However, Ms Garraway concluded the Conservative Party may have taken away the opportunity for the Labour Party to oppose it by focussing on things people care about right now.
She said: “I will tell you what worries me.
“We need a strong opposition, there are things that we need to be taking the Government to task on.
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“You are here representing Labour as well as the particular issue you want to talk on.
“But we have got a situation where effectively, it looks like the railways have been renationalised and that doesn’t feel very Conservative.
“It seems that all sorts of things are happening with the support for people who had been affected by Covid and all sorts of things that feel very Labour.
“It doesn’t feel like you are speaking up for what most people are worried about.”
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