So many turned up that Corbyn had to deliver outdoor speech as well as planned speech in venue
A large crowd of people queued in torrential rain today in working-class Rylands, Notts to hear Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn speak on the campaign trail.
So many turned up that the venue could only fit around half of those wanting to get in, so Corbyn gave two speeches – and was greeted with a loud chorus of ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’:
Labour has risen to 34% in the latest poll following this week’s leaders’ debates in which Corbyn is widely recognised to have trounced Boris Johnson.
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