Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was greeted with huge cheers and applause by supporters as he rolled into Sheffield on the latest leg of the general election campaign.
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Jeremy Corbyn speaks to crowds in Shirecliffe alongside Brightside & Hillsborough MP Gill Furniss.
Some supporters had waited patiently for hours in the Shirecliffe Community Centre car park to get the chance to meet Mr Corbyn and the Labour leader posed for selfies and took time out to speak to dozens individually.
Speaking to the crowds, Mr Corbyn promised to increase spending on the NHS, police, bring back grants for students and providing free meals to Sheffield primary school children.