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>> And his popularity and the world's biggest Greenfield festival in southwest England was evident. Reuters Entertainment reported Sarah Mills was there.>> Corbyn's appearance comes after he went ahead of Theresa May for the first time in a ugov poll, asking voters who would be a better Prime Minister.
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>> The 68 year old was invited to speak on the famous pyramid stage by festival founder Michael Eavis.>> Politics is about the lives of all of us, and the wonderful campaign that I was involved with, that I was so proud to lead, brought a lot of people back into politics, because they believe there was something on offer for them.
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Certainly, crowds here were not short of an opinion, willing to take a break from the music, and tell us their opinions of Britain's new political star.>> It's very rare that your generation get a moment in time where you can change the tide, and the tide will start to turn.
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And I was in tears watching it.>> This time last year I think, everybody here was in the doldrums. This yea, I think there was a bit of an upsurge and a bit of positivity. Young people are coming out to vote again.>> Corben pulled out of his planned Glastonbury visit last year, after the country voted to leave the European Union just as the festival started.
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But this year, the labor leader is riding a wave of popularity. And this time around, you'd be just as likely to see a pro-Corbyn t-shirt as you would some of the biggest names on the musical bill.