Yesterday, a huge crowd – police told Labour personnel they estimated a quarter of a million people – marched in London to protest against the visit of Donald Trump to the UK and in favour of decency, tolerance and solidarity.
Jeremy Corbyn was the headline speaker to the mass audience assembled in Trafalgar Square, but the BBC talked over his speech after observing the loud welcome he received and then dismissing the protest as a gesture by ‘Liberal Britain’ wouldn’t ‘go beyond that’ (video).
Here is that full speech, extracted from online coverage. Slight sound issues are in the original broadcast and quality improves as it progresses:
A subtitled version is in preparation and will be uploaded when ready.
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