On Friday, labour leader Jeremy Corbyn made his first visit to Brighton since the general election. On arrival, hundreds of labour supporters showed their excitement for the leader’s appearance.
Reportedly, more than 300 supporters gathered outside the Brighton Centre to hear him speak after he had addressed the Unison conference.
Corbyn’s support was clear in Brighton in the recent general election, as Labour managed to maintain their Hove seat and gain Kemptown.
In regards to Hove MP, Peter Kyle, Corbyn said he was “a loyal party member” and seemed sure that he would vote in line with securing our rights in the EU.
Gathering such a large crowd in Brighton just adds to Mr Corbyn’s most recent success with the public. This weekend he drew one of the biggest crowds Glastonbury has ever seen.