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Human rights champion Keir Starmer new Labour leader

Newly elected Labour leader Keir Starmer, who gained 56.2% of votes in Saturday’s (April 2) election to take over from Jeremy Corbyn, is known for being an ally and advocate for  LGBTQ+ communities.

The former human rights lawyer was elected to parliament in 2015 as MP for Holborn & St Pancras, so did not face most of the major votes on LGBTQ+ rights, however, he was on the side of same-sex marriage being extended to Northern Ireland in July last year.

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