Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘rock star’ reception on the campaign trail continues. Today he appeared in Hull and Tory stronghold Scarborough, to crowds on the city’s streets as impressive as anything seen since General Election campaigning began – apart from, perhaps, the incredible 20,000 young people who serenaded and cheered him during a Libertines gig at Prenton Park last Saturday.
Corbyn met with huge acclaim from crowds of thousands in Leeds, Wirral, Birmingham and even small towns like Hebden Bridge – but in Hull the turnout was if anything even larger and in Tory-voting North Yorkshire he packed out the Winter Gardens:
Well done to the people of Humberside and North Yorkshire, who clearly have as much appetite for authenticity, vision and genuine strength as those in every other part of the country Corbyn has visited so far.
The groundswell continues – and the Tories continue to implode.
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