WATCH: Andrew Neil SAVAGES Jeremy Corbyn for turning music festival into political rally


Jeremy Corbyn was at the brunt of Andrew Neils swipe over his actions at Glastonbury

Neil, in a gleeful mood, launched into Mr Corbyn’s festival appearance as he opened his weekly This Week programme.

The host quipped: “We can reveal the food franchise holders at Glastonbury are suing the festival organisers after Jeremy Corbyn fed the 150,000-strong audience, using only two fishes and five loaves.

“They claim that such miracle working gives him an unfair competitive advantage and next year he should stick to walking on water.”

The hard-left Labour leader was also accused of shunning paying respect to British troops during Armed Forces Day.

Mrs May accused Corbyn of saying “One thing to the many and another to the few” after his comments to Glastonbury owner over Trident.

Mr Corbyn reportedly said he’ll be Prime Minister “within 6 months” and that he will scrap Trident “as soon as I can”.

Mr Corbyn came under fire for turning Glastonbury into a political rally after his appearance last week.

His deputy, shadow chancellor John McDonnell also appeared, claiming the deaths of at least 80 people in the Grenfell Tower disaster was “murder”.

This is a shameful political point scoring exercise which LBC’s Nick Ferrari smashed down last night on Question Time.

Well done to Andrew Neil for putting Corbyn and his hard left supporters in their place!

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