LONDON, OCTOBER 27 – The leader of the British Labor opposition, Keir Starmer, tested positive in a Covid test, albeit doubly vaccinated, and is now isolated at home as prescribed by the medical protocols of the United Kingdom. Starmer does not currently have any worrying symptoms. The news was released on the sidelines of Wednesday’s Question Time in the House of Commons, during which Sir Keir was replaced by the shadow minister of Productive Activities, and former Labor leader, Ed Miliband, in a back and forth with the prime minister. conservative, Boris Johnson. Johnson at the beginning addressed his best wishes to his rival, hoping for a quick return to Parliament. The Starmer contagion comes against the backdrop of the surge in new cases fueled by the Delta variant in recent weeks in the Kingdom. (HANDLE).