DESPERATE Sir Keir Starmer will try to salvage his leadership in a telly chat with Piers Morgan.
The Labour chief suffered a local elections bloodbath then a bitter party civil war.
Sir Keir, labelled “boring” and “lacking in pizazz”, will seek to revive his image on Morgan’s show.
ITV promised he will lift the lid on his childhood, life as a barrister and tumultuous time in Westminster.
Morgan said the interview, to be filmed next month, should be “memorable and very revealing”.
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It comes as Labour big gun David Miliband warned the party could be wiped out if it failed to face up to its disastrous Hartlepool by-election loss.
He told Times Radio: “We have no divine right to exist. We have no divine right to people’s votes.
“And if we don’t speak to their lives in a way that is powerful and credible and forward looking they’re going to tell us that they’re not voting for us.”
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