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There are long queues at Glastonbury so people are singing about Jeremy Corbyn

There are long queues at Glastonbury so people are singing about Jeremy Corbyn
The gates of this year’s Glastonbury Festival opened at 8am this morning, but so keen are people to escape the reality of the world a huge queue built up overnight. In the intense heat, people are bored and lining up like a proper British crowd. Oh, and the crowd are killing time by having a group singalong about Jeremy Corbyn.
 
Yes, apparently at certain events this summer the tune of Seven Nation Army has been used to sing about the Labour leader and candidate in the September General Election, although we’re making that last bit up. Maybe. 
 
The staff have been chanting too, and it appears a lot of people are keen to see Mr Corbyn at this most diverse of festivals.

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