Used to sit in the gallowgate with Tony Blair.
No issue on my side tbh mate. I felt it was highly odd for local politicians to get involved. While I found their position questionable, their argument for it was even weirder. Had they trot out the line about just being pro-local investment I'd sort of get it as a cheap ploy for votes, but to make out like the club deservess this is total bollocks.Because like it or not in the grand scheme of things Newcastle United are small fry in comparison to some of the contentious issues he can take the government to task on. I dare bet Boris and Starmer couldn’t name one Newcastle player.
They both are only too willing to chuck their principles out of the window to pander to their audience.I agree, Caulkin is a Labour supporter and has praised Chi Onwura, because she’s his MP and is an excellent MP.
It seems none of them are too principled when it comes to the Mags being bought by murderers