Keir Starmer goes from one blunder to another. His recent gaff was going to a place called Jesus House for All The Nations church, where he said it was a “wonderful” place to visit.
Soon after the promo video of Keir’s visit went live on Labour’s social media, he had hundreds of complaints from LGBT groups saying the place he visited had homophobic views towards same-sex marriage and equality legislation.
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This meant the beginning of the back-peddling from Starmer. The Labour leader issued an apology on Twitter and removed the promo video.
I completely disagree with Jesus House’s beliefs on LGBT+ rights, which I was not aware of before my visit. I apologise for the hurt my visit caused and have taken down the video. It was a mistake and I accept that.
— Keir Starmer (@Keir_Starmer) April 5, 2021
SIR Keir Starmer has been forced to issue a humiliating Twitter apology after visiting a controversial church that is home to a pastor accused of homophobia.