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Crowd Chants 'F**k The Tories' At Glastonbury

Crowd Chants 'F**k The Tories' At Glastonbury

Safe to say there aren't many Boris Johnson fans at this year's festival

This year's Glastonbury festival has been markedly political this year, with a new video showing crowds chanting 'f**k the Tories'.

It'll come as no surprise that the footage was captured during Jamie Webster's set, a singer-songwriter who is known for his Tory-bashing lyrics.

This isn't the first time he's had the crowd chanting this exact phrase, although it's definitely the first time he's done it at Glastonbury.

And if that weren't apt enough, it all took place at the Left Field stage, which operates under the slogan 'recharge your activism'.

Left-wing musician Billy Bragg curated the young artists for the stage this year, picking those who merge music with political discussion.

Not sure you could count 'f**k the Tories' as a political discussion as such, but it certainly got the point across.

Bragg himself shared footage of the scene on Twitter, writing: "Can you hear us Boris? @JamieWebster94 creates the first classic @GlastoLeftField moment of this year #Glastonbury2022."

Jamie Webster had the crowds chanting during his Glastonbury set.

Numerous people praised the post, with one writing: "How do I convert this to my ring-tone?"

Another said, "Brilliant! Bet that’s not shown on BBC… should be," while a third added: "This song is sung at every Liverpool home game."

Webster, 28, previously described his invitation to the Glastonbury stage as a 'bucket list' moment – and no doubt he's overjoyed at getting such a great reaction from the crowd.

After finding out the news he'd be performing at the UK festival, he said: "Can't believe I'm saying this – but I'm playing Glastonbury.

"It's a dream come true for me, Glasto is my favourite place in the world and I've been there many times as a fan."

His set joins the numerous moments from this year's Glasto that suggest public opinion on Boris Johnson's party is at an all-time low.

Referencing the controversial Partygate report, one festival-goer flew a flag that read 'This is a work event'.

A photo of the flag was shared on Twitter with the caption: "FLAG OF THE YEAR FOUND AT #GLASTONBURY."

Others were seen donning outfits as various politicians including dressed up as Priti Patel and Rishi Sunak.

However, it was not just the UK government that was a talking point at the festival, as none other than Greta Thunberg made an appearance to give an impactful speech on climate change.

The 19-year-old activist said we're 'in the beginning of a climate and ecological emergency', urging the world to act now or face catastrophic consequences.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@billybragg

Topics: Boris Johnson, Politics, Glastonbury, Festivals, Music