Jeremy Corbyn gets rock star welcome at Glastonbury Festival

Aaron Brown
June 26, 2017

In the letter, Mr Heappey says: "I read with some alarm that your visit to the Glastonbury Festival in my constituency has stopped you from attending the National Armed Forces Day commemorations in Liverpool".

"Ye are many-they are few!"

Chants of "oh Jeremy Corbyn" - to the tune of the White Stripes' Seven Nation Army- have been reverberating across Worthy Farm since Wednesday.

The Labour leader addressed thousands of fans, many wearing t-shirts bearing his name, at the event's Pyramid Stage and Left Field Tent.

"If you want a centrist party this is not going to be it for the next ten years", he said, while pointing to the fact that "200,000 people" were this afternoon listening to Corbyn speak at the Glastonbury music festival while chanting his name. He told a headliner-sized crowd that millions of young people who voted for him would not be silenced or sidelined.

"It's still very much in the planning stages, but we've got to be courageous enough to have a go".

Mr Corbyn was not without his dissenters among the large crowd, with some boos heard during the speech and small pockets of the audience walking away towards the end.

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Corbyn appeared at the Pyramid Stage where he pledged his support to refugees, young people and the environment and took a swipe at United States president Donald Trump.

Jeremy Corbyn came out to cheers and crowds normally reserved for headline acts at Glastonbury on Saturday and couldn't help but take a shot at Donald Trump.

Mr Corbyn joins deputy leader Tom Watson as well as Yvette Cooper and Ed Balls, who have already been seen on the 900-acre site in Pilton, Somerset. The elites got it wrong.

He also praised the festival for inspiring arts and music and for promoting the importance of protecting the environment. "That's what we've spent our lives campaigning for too". Soccer fans in the United Kingdom have been using the not wholly complex compositional framework ("Oh + five-syllable name") for years but this seems to be have been the first time Jeremy Corbyn's name was used.

Michael Vale, 28, from London, said: "I'm not sure they'd get Theresa to do this".

Yorke also used his opportunity to tell Theresa May to "shut the door on your way out" while mocking her use of the slogan "strong and stable" during "Myxomatosis".

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