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Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech to crowds waiting outside The Open venue in Norwich.
Speaking about the Labour Party he said: "We've lost our moral compass as an organisation".
Click below for his full speech.
'The Open' in Norwich is expecting 1,500 people to turn out for a rally held by Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn tonight, despite the fact that the venue can only hold 1,200.
Corbyn is one of the favourites to become the next leader. He's running against Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall.
He'll be speaking at 7pm. There's no tickets, so people will be admitted on a first come, first served basis.
Latest ITV News reports
Nearly a thousand people turned out to see the labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn in Norwich this evening.