Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn pays visit to East Anglia

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Picture: AARON CHOWN/PRESS ASSOCIATION

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Picture: AARON CHOWN/PRESS ASSOCIATION - Credit: PA Wire/PA Images

Jeremy Corbyn is in East Anglia this afternoon, where he is paying a visit to seaside town Great Yarmouth.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in Great Yarmouth. Picture David Hannant.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in Great Yarmouth. Picture David Hannant. - Credit: Archant

Police officers joined the Labour leader on his tour of the town at around midday, where they were seen chatting to him and his team.

Mr Corbyn is due to visit Regent Street, before finishing at the pier later today.

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour party, speaking at a members event held in Great Yarmouth with S

Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour party, speaking at a members event held in Great Yarmouth with Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell and Alex Mayer MEP. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Archant

This is the latest in a string of trips the Labour leader has made to the region – in May last year, he visited the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston to discuss the nationwide NHS cyber attack.

He also met with Labour supporters on Lowestoft beach later that day.

Jeremy Corbyn speaks to supporters on a visit to the region. Photo: George Ryan

Jeremy Corbyn speaks to supporters on a visit to the region. Photo: George Ryan - Credit: Archant

In October, he visited Great Yarmouth to speak at a members event alongside MEP Alex Mayer and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell.


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It is not clear if he plans to visit any other towns or cities in the region today.

Jeremy Corbyn meets with Labour supporters on the beach in Lowestoft. Picture: GEORGE RYAN

Jeremy Corbyn meets with Labour supporters on the beach in Lowestoft. Picture: GEORGE RYAN - Credit: Archant

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