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UK News ANNA MIKHAILOVA: Will Sir Keir's biography find his Northern soul?

02:00  29 november  2020
02:00  29 november  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Northern soul is a music and dance movement that emerged in Northern England and the English Midlands in the late 1960 s from the British mod scene

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Keir Starmer wearing a suit and tie: MailOnline logo © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo

Skeletons in Sir Keir Starmer’s closet will start rattling with the news that several writers are planning biographies of him.

Lord Ashcroft alerted the Labour leader’s office last week that he’s started digging, I can reveal.

A source close to Sir Keir told me ‘quite a few’ others had registered an interest – but not yet Tom Bower, who you’d have expected to be Ashcroft’s main rival, having already given three other Labour leaders a skewering.

Keir Starmer, Nick Brown are posing for a picture: Skeletons in Sir Keir Starmer’s closet will start rattling with the news that several writers are planning biographies of him © Provided by Daily Mail Skeletons in Sir Keir Starmer’s closet will start rattling with the news that several writers are planning biographies of him

Former Tory deputy chairman Ashcroft will undoubtedly shine a light on Sir Keir’s times as a lawyer in Doughty Street Chambers – recently better known for Glamazons Amal Clooney and Jennifer Robinson, actress Amber Heard’s barrister and confidante.

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They found themselves in __ matted hall, lined almost to __ ceiling with __ pictures; through this they were conducted to __ large parlour, with __ magnificent fire in __ grate; __ most cheerful of rooms it appeared as _ whole, and when you came to examine details, __ enlivening effect was not diminished.

He’ll also want to probe Sir Keir’s involvement in phone-hacking cases while Director of Public Prosecutions. There’s also the tricky relationship with Unite, traditionally Labour’s biggest donor, which hasn’t given a penny since Sir Keir became leader, according to the latest Electoral Commission records.

Ashcroft has a formidable track record as a political biographer – his book on David Cameron sparked frenzied debate with the claim that the former PM, as a student, ‘inserted a private part of his anatomy’ into the mouth of a dead pig during an initiation ceremony at a debauched Oxford University society.

As for the title of his Starmer biog, inspiration could come from Sir Keir’s recent appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs when he chose the Northern Soul classic Out On The Floor by Dobie Gray, recalling doing ‘flips, spins and back-drops’ in his youth.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe's Grenadier 4X4 to be powered by HYDROGEN

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Young Samuel Hamilton and his wife came from the north of Ireland in around 1870. He was the son of small farmers, not rich but not poor. They were well-educated and well-read, and they were related to great families as well as humble ones.

Flips And Spins sounds great – or another soul anthem Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.

Netflix loses Crown for one loyal Tory...


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Tory peer Michael Forsyth, who served so loyally in Margaret Thatcher’s government, has cancelled his subscription to Netflix. When the digital streaming giant asked why, he simply wrote: ‘The Crown.’

Yet it was not the pantomime portrayal of the Iron Lady that got the Lord’s goat but Prince Charles’s passionless courtship of Lady Di. An invitation to Highgrove (pictured) surely follows.

a house with trees in front of a brick building with Emily Carr House in the background: It was not the pantomime portrayal of the Iron Lady that got the Lord’s goat but Prince Charles’s passionless courtship of Lady Di. An invitation to Highgrove (pictured) surely follows © Provided by Daily Mail It was not the pantomime portrayal of the Iron Lady that got the Lord’s goat but Prince Charles’s passionless courtship of Lady Di. An invitation to Highgrove (pictured) surely follows

As millions prepare to go into a strict tier 2, where pubs can sell booze only with a ‘substantial meal’, MPs are wondering: ‘What constitutes a substantial meal?’

Taylor Swift and The Weeknd top American Music Awards

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"The Fisherman and his Soul " is a short fantasy story for children by the Irish author Oscar Wilde . It was first published in 1891 as part of the anthology House of Pomegranates , which also includes " The Young King ", " The Birthday of the Infanta " and " The Star-Child ".

Sir Francis Drake was one of the most famous pirates. He brought lots of treasures to England and also was the first Englishman to sail all the way around the world. Because of this, he was made a knight by Queen Elizabeth I. Professional sailors never became pirates.

On one Tory WhatsApp group, an MP referred to a 1965 court case about two men found consuming ale and sandwiches at a hotel bar after hours.

Justices ruled their meal was ‘substantial’ because their sarnies included pickles and beetroot. Now you know.

It’s never a surprise to see former leaders re-writing history but Theresa May headlining an event called ‘Celebrating Perseverance’ is perhaps a step too far.

You can’t fault her persistence when peddling her EU Withdrawal Agreement to a hung Parliament, but the word perseverance suggests success was achieved after the struggle.

May has had more luck recently on the speaking circuit. Although her address to a US society was postponed, she persisted – reaping £45,000 for the rescheduled speech.

Labour’s Shadow Defence Minister Khalid Mahmood has been given a flogging by Parliament’s sleaze watchdog after failing to declare a £2,000-a-month job with a think-tank for nearly a year.

It’s not the first time the Birmingham Perry Barr MP has broken the rules. It took him about two years to repay £8,000 he owed the taxpayer after overspending his MP budget – just the man to keep the Opposition’s eye on the too-cosy world of defence procurement.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Labour’s Shadow Defence Minister Khalid Mahmood has been given a flogging by Parliament’s sleaze watchdog after failing to declare a £2,000-a-month job with a think-tank for nearly a year © Provided by Daily Mail Labour’s Shadow Defence Minister Khalid Mahmood has been given a flogging by Parliament’s sleaze watchdog after failing to declare a £2,000-a-month job with a think-tank for nearly a year Read more

Ashley offers Green £50m lifeline amid tussle over Arcadia millions .
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