Nearly a thousand people turned out to see the labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn in Norwich this evening.
The MP for Islington has proved to be the outside favourite in the contest, despite former Prime Minister Tony Blair warning his victory would make the Labour party 'unelectable'.
Mr Corbyn told people in Norwich his key issues were better paid jobs, improvements to infrastructure and education.
Mr Corbyn told the crowd in Norwich: "This is a city that was a beacon of good quality housing, a beacon of good quality education, let's not lose it, let's not destroy it.
"Let's thank those earlier people in Norwich that did so much to bring about so much good for the people of this city."