This video from England says about itself:
By Peter Lazenby in Britain:
Team Corbyn wows the crowds up North
Monday 1st August 2016
Thousands turn out to rally for leader in Yorkshire & Humber
JEREMY CORBYN’S leadership campaign hit Yorkshire and the Humber at the weekend with thousands of supporters attending rallies in Hull and Leeds.
Mr Corbyn was greeted with a standing ovation in Leeds, where 1,500 people packed into the city’s Royal Armouries Museum and a further thousand welcomed him outside.
He spoke about injustice and inequality in Britain and said: “There’s a man in Monte Carlo on his yacht. Back home things are not so good.
“Lloyds bank is partly owned by us because we are very generous people. We saw bankers in trouble and we reached out a hand to them.
“Then we let them carry on as before. Now it has made £2.5 billion profits. You might expect them to invest in productivity, in manufacturing.
“But they have given 3,000 people a special letter. You are dismissed. You are surplus to requirements. They are closing 200 branches.”
Earlier on Saturday 3,000 people turned out to hear Mr Corbyn at an open-air rally in Hull.
Among those sharing the platform in Leeds was Unite North East regional secretary Karen Reay, who chaired the rally, shadow international development secretary and Bradford East Labour MP Imran Hussain, shadow justice minister Richard Burgon and Calderdale Labour Councillor Susan Press.
There were impassioned speeches in support of Mr Corbyn and for restoration of a socialist programme for the Labour Party.
Mr Hussain said: “People want change, radical change. They want a party that is true to its social democratic roots, and a leader who strives for all that he believes in. Jeremy offers change, he offers hope.”
Leading Labour Party figures involved in the right-wing coup against party leader Jeremy Corbyn told the Daily Telegraph this weekend they plan to organise a “semi-split” if he wins the September leadership contest: here.