And of course, he left the stage to a chorus of: “Oh Jeremy Corbyn.”

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appeared on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury on Saturday to deliver a speech denouncing inequality and appealing for a society in which “everybody matters.”

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appeared on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury on Saturday to deliver a speech denouncing inequality and appealing for a society in which "everybody matters."

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In an unusual departure for the music festival, Corbyn appeared on the main stage after 4pm, when he twice called out Donald Trump over the course of the 15-minute speech.

In an unusual departure for the music festival, Corbyn appeared on the main stage after 4pm, when he twice called out Donald Trump over the course of the 15-minute speech.

Referring to a sign he'd seen at the festival, he said: “If you can see that far, on the wall that surrounds the festival, there's a message on the wall for Donald Trump. It says: 'Build bridges, not walls'.”

“We cannot go on destroying this planet. We have to live on this planet. Not even Donald Trump believes there's another planet we can live on. And so let us protect the planet we've got.”

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He said the 8 June election result showed the “elites got it wrong” by overlooking the younger generation.

He said the 8 June election result showed the "elites got it wrong" by overlooking the younger generation.

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