Keir Starmer leads Labour in party conference tribute to the Queen


Labour paid tribute to the Queen with a flawlessly observed minute’s silence and a rendition of God Save the King today.

Leader Keir Starmer hailed the late monarch’s commitment to her country as he urged delegates at its party conference to emulate her drive.

Before leading singing of God Save the King Sir Keir told the audience in Liverpool: ‘Let’s turn our collar up and face the storm, keep alive the spirit of public service she embodied and let it drive us towards a better future.’

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