Labour leader does rule out deal with SNP but dodges speculation on general election outcomes after local election wins

Keir Starmer has repeatedly refused to rule out a deal with the Liberal Democrats if Labour fails to win a majority at the next general election during an interview after last week’s local elections.

The Labour leader has said he is focused on securing a Labour majority government “with a workable majority”, which he believes is achievable based on the party’s performance in that vote.

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