Jeremy Corbyn meets KNEECAP

Following their brief UK tour and decision to sign our #MusicForACeasefire open letter, Jeremy Corbyn caught up with the Belfast hip-hop group in London.

KNEECAP have been consistent advocates of Palestinian liberation throughout the careers.

The group, formed in Belfast and consisting of Mo Chara, Móglaí Bap and DJ Próvaí, were recently performing a series of tour dates in England, playing to sold out shows in Newcastle, Liverpool and London, before heading back to their home city for a fundraiser concert at The Devenish in support of Medical Aid for Palestinians.

Before flying back home, the group met with our founder Jeremy Corbyn in his Islington North constituency, joining him for coffee and chat at National Hemp Service in Finsbury Park. During a wide-ranging conversation about their formation, Irish language and literature, as well as their decision to sign our 'Music For A Ceasefire' open letter calling for an end to the siege of Gaza, saying it was "the very least" they could do.

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