Former union boss Len McCluskey has accused Sir Kiel Starmer of returning to a private deal to re-enter the Labor Party.
The former General Secretary of the Unite Union said Sir Kiel was “disgraceful” and would make the public unreliable.
In the comment article ParentsMcCluskey spoke of discussions with Labor leaders after Corbyn was suspended for a statement on anti-Semitism within the party following an investigation by the Commission on Equality and Human Rights.
McCluskey claimed that if Corbyn issued a subsequent statement, Corbyn had reached an agreement with leadership to revive.
But he said, Sir Kiel returned to this because of the party’s backlash, and his spokesman denied any deal had been made.
“Results? Starmer agreed to our deal. He withdrew the Labor Secretary-General from Corbyn and was placed in a ridiculous situation where he was a member of Parliament and a Labor Party member but not a Labor Party Secretary-General.” He wrote.
“At that time, I lost my personal relationship with Starmer. I could no longer trust him. He was not the man in his words.”
Parents Sir Kiel’s team said he had downplayed Mr. McCluskey’s claim.
Asked the Labor Party for comment.