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Jeremy Corbyn took Glastonbury by storm [Image: Rex Features].

Remember ‘Tory Glastonbury’?

I do.

It was dreamed up by George Freeman, a Tory MP who wanted to know why Labour supporters had all the fun in politics.

Well, his event demonstrated all the reasons we needed to see.

That’s why I think it is very courageous of Labour to plan a similar event.

We know Jeremy Corbyn is hugely popular at established events and gigs by major bands.

But with Mr Freeman’s event as a precedent, is Labour on a hiding to nothing with this plan?

Or is the party on a trajectory to pop superstardom?

Labour are planning their own Glastonbury-style music festival to celebrate Jeremy Corbyn ’s upsurge in support.

Party figures are planning a day-long event to take place in North London in June.

It comes after the Labour leader was given a rapturous reception at last year’s Glastonbury, where he gave a speech from the Pyramid Stage.

Source: Labour are planning a Glastonbury-style music festival for Jeremy Corbyn fans – Mirror Online


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