On Sunday, Lisa Nandy gave up seven times say if she thought the Labor leader should resign if fined for stripping rules.
Shadow alignment up secretary, who ran against Sir Keir in 2020 for leadership of in party, also refused rule out bid for leadership if he steps down.
– He’s Mr. Rules. He does not violate rules,” Nandi told Sky News.
“He was director of public prosecution, not someone who walks torn up rules when is that suits his.”
However, Sir Keir was supported by Jacob Rees-Mogg, who became one of in first tell politicians that the Labor leader should not resign if he is fined by the Durham police.
Brexit Opportunities minister said the beer and curry incident in Durham was “in same category of seriousness” as a series over “party”, which he called “fluff”.
“I think he should pay the fine and then talk about the problems of great value to the nation,” he told Channel 4. on Sunday.
Previously in day, Dominic Raab said it was “rank double standards” for Sir Keir call for prime minister to resign for is under investigation by the police, but he himself refuses to do so.
“He needs to confess up and answer for all holes in the report he gave,” the justice minister told Sky News.