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A number one body language knowledgeable believes that Sir Keir Starmer is mirroring former Labour PM Tony Blair within the run-up to the 1997 General Election which noticed the Tories humbled.

The Leader of the Opposition delivered his Conference speech earlier at this time, and our body language guru revealed Sir Keir has the boldness of a PM to-be.

Darren Stanton informed “Keir Starmer presents himself as a man who knows everything is lined up. There were loose ends for the Labour Party in previous elections, whereas this presentation is reminiscent of Tony Blair and 1997 [general election].

“Through his body language, Starmer does come throughout as a person who actually believes that this is his time now, he is very assured that Labour might be in Government after the subsequent election.”

Comparing the Labour leader to his opposite number, the Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Mr Stanton believes that Sir Keir’s delivery is more authentic.

He said: “Keir Starmer speaks far more fluently and far more from the center, he is much more passionate in his supply than Rishi Sunak and he wasn’t aspiring to create soundbites and slogans like different politicians do.”

Despite the speech in the Liverpool conference hall not running entirely smoothly, after a protester stormed the stage and covered Sir Keir in glitter, Mr Stanton argued that the Labour leader reacted well to the adversity.

He explained: “Starmer was stoic when he was interrupted by the protester. He did not panic, which is a great check of a frontrunner within the face of potential calamity. He was unphased and did not go off observe.

“Things like this can be good because you see what’s underneath the man and test his resolve. Starmer handled the situation very well, he was composed and recovered within a few seconds.

“Overall, Starmer seems presidential and impassioned about what he is speaking about, whereas Rishi Sunak and another politicians lack authenticity and a bit of fireplace of their bellies.

“This conference will score a lot of points for Starmer in terms of popularity and backing among the hardened and faithful Labour supporters.”

Darren Stanton spoke to for