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Now it's 'Call me Keir' Starmer as new PM strikes chummy tone at No10 press conference - but hints at tax raids and softer prisons after chairing first Cabinet, with Rwanda plan axed, Brexit talks, and railways nationalised 'ASAP'

Now it's 'Call me Keir' Starmer as new PM strikes chummy tone at No10 press conference - but hints at tax raids and softer prisons after chairing first Cabinet, with Rwanda plan axed, Brexit talks, and railways nationalised 'ASAP'
At his first press conference in No10, the PM said questioners could call him 'Keir' as he acknowledged that his government will be 'judged on actions not on words'.

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