'Get out of my pub!' - Dramatic scenes as Labour leader Keir Starmer kicked out of pub by landlord over Covid-19 lockdown

A pub landlord kicked Labour party leader, Sir Keir Starmer, out of his pub on Monday afternoon after a heated debate concerning Covid-19 restrictions.

Monday, 19th April 2021, 3:19 pm
Updated Monday, 19th April 2021, 3:30 pm

Rod Humphris, landlord of The Raven in Bath engaged the Labour leader during a walkabout outside the pub and accused him of

"You have failed me," said Mr. Humphris.

"I have been a Labour party voter my entire life - you have failed to be the opposition, you have failed to ask whether lockdown was functioning - do you understand?

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Rod Humphris clashes with Sir Keir Starmer's security team.

"Thousands of people have died because you failed to do your job - you have failed this country."

Mr. Starmer and his entourage then enter the pub.

Another video then shows a member of Sir. Keir Starmer s security team restraining Mr. Humphris who roars "I am the landlord, that man is not allowed in my pub, I am not going to physically hurt him, that man is not allowed in my pub... get out!."

Mr. Starmer then hands something to the man which looks like a pen before leaving the pub.


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