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Brian Eno At Jeremy Corbyn Rally
Christian Eede , August 6th, 2015 10:55

Brian Eno among those lending support to politician's campaign to become next leader of the Labour Party

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Earlier this week, Jeremy Corbyn continued his campaign to become the next leader of the Labour Party with a rally that drew a reported crowd of around 2,500 people. Among those people, and speaking on the night, was Brian Eno who gave speeches in support of Corbyn alongside writer and columnist Owen Jones and former London mayor Ken Livingstone.

One of the key sentences of Eno’s speech, which you can watch in part below, was his comment that “I don’t think electability is really the most important thing. I think what’s important is that somebody changes the conversation.”

The event, which took place on Monday night, was so popular that many of those turning out to see Corbyn and guests speak could not gain entry into Camden’s Town Hall where it all happened.

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Davros
Aug 12, 2015 11:56pm

Too busy to deal with messages from your fans? Stop working with Coldplay then you facking cant. The ensuite bidet room can wait. You facking cant. You, sir, are like a cross between Blair and Corbyn. Half human and half excrement.

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