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'It means a lot': Corbyn thanks supporters at rally

Jeremy Corbyn addresses the crowd at the rally in north London.

Embattled Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has attended a rally in Islington, north London.

As he addressed supporters in Highbury Field, some of which chanted "Jeremy in, Tories out", he said, "it means a lot that people come together at very, very short notice."

Corbyn stops to pose for a selfie with a supporter.

Despite the tumultuous events of the last week after a string of shadow cabinet resignations, Corbyn appeared to be in high spirits and even stopped to pose for a selfie with one supporter.

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