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Rod Humphris Biography
Sir Keir Starmer was kicked out of The Raven pub in Bath today after landlord Rod Humphris confronted him about lockdown policies.
WHO IS ROD HUMPHRIS?
Rod Humphris is the owner of The Raven pub in Bath.
The pub is described as a “traditional family owned and operated Free House”.
The 54-year-old owner claims to be a lifelong Labor voter.
Rod Humphris was born in 1966 and grew up in a scruffy part of the West Country where his parents were doing their version of The Good Life. He is the owner of The Raven pub in Bath. The 54-year-old owner claims to be a lifelong Labor voter.
His sister and Rod were wild children, small and washed, who grew more outside than inside, more in the company of animals than people. Rod learned to shoot, fish, drive a tractor, and consider the English countryside as his home.
In 2004, Rod bought a pub in Bath, where Rod lives, and it’s called The Raven. The pub wins awards and, more importantly, it has customers. It is also a good place to work.
Rod has always loved books. He has always liked stories. John Buchan, RLS, Conan Doyle, Scott, Fitzgerald, Fleming, Chandler, Hemingway, and many, many others. It was natural for him at some point to turn his creative inclination in this direction. He has been writing for a few years and is getting serious. His first novel wasn’t good enough, so he kept it, but it was a start. Go-Fast is much better. Rod writes between 1 and 2000 words almost every day.
Rod Humphris wife
Rod lives with his wife, Sarah, on his farm outside Bath with various animals. When he’s not writing or at the bar, he’s a great fly fisherman. He also rings the bells of the Abbey and has bees.
Rod Humphris casts Sir Keir Starmer out of The Raven Pub
Sir Keir Starmer was kicked out of The Raven pub in Bath today after owner Rod Humphris confronted him about the closure policies on Monday, April 19. Rod Humphris, an anti-lockdown landlord, had to be held back by security guards as he yelled, “That man can’t come into my pub.”
The owner also told reporters that he was angry at the Labor leader for “not asking if the lockdown was working.” He could be seen enraged in several videos shared on social networks. Humphris could be watching the Labor leader confront him, telling him that he felt “incandescent” about the work he had done.
He said: “I have been a voted Labor Party all my life. You could not be the opposition … you have failed this country. ”
“I think he has completely failed us as the leader of the Opposition, he has failed to ask the necessary questions, such as, why are we throwing away our previous pandemic preparation?”
“Why did we just accept the confinement? Why did we just accept the loss of all our freedoms? ”
He added: “He walked into my pub without asking and I kicked him out. Or at least, I did my best to kick him out, his safety got in the way. ”
In response to Humpris’s comments, the Labor leader who was visiting the city to support West of England’s subway mayoral candidate Dan Norris ahead of the May 6 election, said: “I’m afraid I’m deeply in disagreement”.
“I think the vast majority of people here in Bath and elsewhere recognize that the lockdown was necessary, that the restraints were necessary, that we have to get out slowly and carefully so that we never go back into the lockdown,” he added.
WHAT DID HE SAY?
Mr. Humphris could be seen confronting the Labor leader, telling him that he felt “incandescent” because of the work he had done.
He said: “I have been a Labor voter my entire life. You could not be the opposition … you have failed this country. ”
“I think he has completely failed us as the leader of the Opposition, he has failed to ask the necessary questions, like, why do we throw away our previous pandemic preparation?”
“Why did we just accept the confinement? Why did we just accept the loss of all our freedoms? “