In pictures: Politics, music and arts collide at 'JezFest'

Jeremy Corbyn addressed Labour supporters gathered in north London on Saturday afternoon at a festival of music and politics nicknamed "Jezfest".

Labour Live took place at White Hart recreational ground, with chart toppers Clean Bandit headlining the festival.

Here are the highlights:

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Union leader Len McLuskey was in attendance serving ice cream.

Unite's general secretary Len McCluskey serves ice cream to revellers
Unite's general secretary Len McCluskey serves ice cream to revellers

Jeremy Corbyn appeared onstage to address fans, but there were also some imposters.

A man wearing a mask of Jeremy Corbyn at Labour Live
A man wearing a mask of Jeremy Corbyn at Labour Live

And there were plenty of Corbyn t-shirts on show.

A variety of t-shirts supporting the leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn
A variety of t-shirts supporting the leader of the Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn

This football fan wants to see the Labour leader in Downing Street.

A man wearing a Jeremy Corbyn shirt with number 10 on the back
A man wearing a Jeremy Corbyn shirt with number 10 on the back
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Some anti-Brexit sentiment was on show during the festival despite Mr Corbyn's insistence that his party respects the result of the June 2016 referendum.

EU supporters hold up an anti-Brexit banner while Jeremy Corbyn delivers a speech
EU supporters hold up an anti-Brexit banner while Jeremy Corbyn delivers a speech
A man carrying an EU flag watches a performance by Glen Matlock from the Sex Pistols
A man carrying an EU flag watches a performance by Glen Matlock from the Sex Pistols
An EU supporter at the Labour Live event
An EU supporter at the Labour Live event
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There were rumours of sluggish ticket sales in the build-up to the event. Here, a smattering of festivalgoers watch Reggae Reggae Sauce inventor Levi Roots perform.

The crowd watch a performance by Levi Roots at Labour Live
The crowd watch a performance by Levi Roots at Labour Live

This reveller could've been tired out by all the excitement or maybe she was bored.

A woman takes a nap at Labour Live
A woman takes a nap at Labour Live
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Len found time to come out of the ice cream van and address the crowd.

Len McCluskey and shadow minister for women Dawn Butler
Len McCluskey and shadow minister for women Dawn Butler

There was debate as well as music at the event.

People listen to a live debate
People listen to a live debate

Singer-songwriter Declan McKenna performed at the festival.

Declan McKenna performs on stage during the Labour Live event
Declan McKenna performs on stage during the Labour Live event
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was flanked by security.

Jeremy Corbyn at Labour Live
Jeremy Corbyn at Labour Live

The Labour leader managed to stop to sign a t-shirt.

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn signs a t-shirt
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn signs a t-shirt
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And he got on stage to address his fans.

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks at Labour Live
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks at Labour Live
Jeremy Corbyn waves after speaking at Labour Live
Jeremy Corbyn waves after speaking at Labour Live

A huge THANK YOU to all the incredible musicians, campaigners, speakers and supporters who joined us today at #LabourLive. What a day! ? pic.twitter.com/KKZRv73l03

-- The Labour Party (@UKLabour) June 16, 2018

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