The singer repeatedly recited The Prime Minister’s “strong and stable” slogan during the band’s headline set on the Pyramid Stage.
Kate Tempest made a strong first impression as she took to the stage in Glastonbury, prompting many to take to social media to praise her daring words, which some said moved them o tears. “Strong and stable into ruin,” she said as she opened her set on Glastonbury’s West Holts stage, echoing the Tory campaign slogan.
"Give me a bubble letter and put it on a T-shirt and write Banksy on it and we're sorted. “No disrespect to Robert,” he added. The artist’s casual use of the name “Robert” re-ignited theories that Banksy is actually Robert Del Naja, the 52-year-old member of trip hop trio Massive Attack.
The former England football captain opened a social housing site on festival land, alongside his son Brooklyn, 18, and festival founder Michael Eavis.