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Glastonbury Festival 2017: Foos, Corbyn and pom poms

Glastonbury Festival crowds gave Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a rock star's welcome on Saturday when he gave a speech on the Pyramid Stage.

Thousands of people poured into the field to see him, with many carrying flags of support and chanting "Oh Jeremy Corbyn", to the tune of the White Stripes' Seven Nation Army.

Other highlights from Saturday included Katy Perry's colourful set complete with pom-pom headed dancers, and grime artist Stormzy who called for "justice" for the Grenfell Tower fire victims.

Headline act Foo Fighters made a triumphant return to the Pyramid Stage two years after frontman Dave Grohl broke his leg, forcing them to pull out.

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Frontman of Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, opened with Times Like These, paying tribute to Florence + The Machine who stepped in as the headline act in 2015 when he broke his leg at a concert in Sweden.

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Grime artist Stormzy paid tribute to the Grenfell Tower fire victims during his set on The Other Stage.

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Katy Perry performed on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday with some of her biggest hits, Firework, Roar and ET.

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Thousands of people filled the Pyramid Stage field when Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech about his hopes for the country's future. He was joined by festival founder Michael Eavis.

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One of the more popular chants among the crowds has been "Oh Jeremy Corbyn", sung to the tune of the White Stripes' Seven Nation Army.

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Sunday morning has seen some more rainy and windy weather, but the mud factor is low compared with previous years.

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David Beckham was seen with his son, Brooklyn, watching - or should that be yawning along to - Foo Fighters.

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After traipsing through the 900-acre site, some revellers found a great way to stretch those back muscles.

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