Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s appearance to introduce Labour’s transformative general election manifesto received a huge reception from the audience – including many students – at Birmingham University this morning.
Radio 5 Live listeners will have heard deafening cheers and applause as Corbyn walked onto the stage:
However, in the televised coverage the volume mysteriously dropped, making the whoops and clapping far more muted:
Here’s the footage of his arrival with the volume restored as far as it could be:
Corbyn spoke during his speech of the hostility of billionaires and the Establishment to Labour and its message – because while they own the Tories, they do not own Labour and Corbyn’s government will implement real change.
That seemed to be reflected in the televised coverage.
Just as in 2017, Labour is the insurgent party – the threat to the Establishment and the hope of the 99%.
Vote Labour. Vote for real change.
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