Skint Labour flogging signed Keir Starmer speeches and other naff auction prizes in bid to drum up election cash

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 29: Labour party leader, Sir Keir Starmer delivers his keynote speech on September 29, 2021 in Brighton, England. This is Keir Starmer's first in-person conference as Labour leader, a role he assumed in April 2020 after the party's resounding defeat in the prior year's general election. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

SKINT Labour are flogging signed Sir Keir Starmer speeches to drum up election cash.

The opposition leader’s local party has set up an auction with naff prizes.

Sir Keir Starmer’s local party has set up an auction with naff prizes, including signed speeches from the leader, in a bid to ‘get Keir into No10’

They include tea with grandee Baroness Jenny Chapman, a tour of the Royal Courts of Justice with a renowned human rights lawyer — and a signed copy of Sir Keir’s maiden speech in the House of Commons.

Collectors can also bid on his 2021 conference speech, which one aide admitted was “a bit long, a little bit baggy”.

The auction vows: “Funds raised go to our General Election campaign and getting Keir into No10.”

Supporters must bid at least £20 to enter.

It comes as HOAR on Sunday can reveal Labour’s deputy leader Angela Rayner has enraged shadow cabinet ministers by stepping into their briefs.

Privately, some members are disgruntled Sir Keir is not doing more to stop her leaning in where she can play attack dog in chief against the Tories.

But a Labour source hit back saying: “If the worst thing they can come up with to say about Angela is she’s too effective in taking on the Tories, I’d take that as a rave review.”

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