Labour leader mixes grime, veganism, Stormzy and politics

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    Jeremy Corbyn made the news when he presented Stormzy with a solo artist of the year award, where the singer called the prime minister a paigon, making some reach for their urban dictionary.

    Jasmine Dotiwala, a former MTV presenter and music columnist and now manager of the Media Trust, spoke to Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn about the links between grime, veganism and politics.

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