The nurse at the centre of a hard-left NHS mob which wanted to continue devastating strikes earlier this year is now planning to join Saturday’s controversial pro-Palestine Armistice Day march.
She is joining ‘the crusade’
Holly Turner, co-founder of NHS Workers Say No, is also planning on wearing a white poppy to the demonstration, a symbol branded as an ‘insult to Britain’s war dead’ by military leaders.
Where does Holly Turner’s allegiance lies?
Ms Turner has regularly campaigned alongside Corbynite MPs still on the Labour benches, including John McDonnell, Richard Burgon and Zara Sultana.
However, she has claimed she isn’t member of Labour, and is highly critical of the party’s leader Sir Keir Starmer and his stance on Gaza.
It comes amid an ongoing row between the Metropolitan Police and Home Secretary Suella Braverman over the pro-Palestinian protest on Armistice Day.
Posting on X, formerly known as Twitter, Ms Turner posted a pic of her white poppy badges stating: ‘It’s the only poppy this household will be wearing.’
She added the hashtags #CeasefireInGazaNOW and #WeWillMarch, references to Saturday’s protest.
White poppies are controversial.
Colonel Richard Kemp, the former commander of the British Forces in Afghanistan, previously describing them as ‘a political symbol’ that seeks to ‘undermine the sacrifice the red poppy seeks to commemorate’.
‘Intertwining the hard Left political symbol of white poppies into wreaths of red poppies is a direct insult to our war dead,’ he added.