Now Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn Has Played Pokémon GO

Having caught Pikachu in Pokémon GO outside 10 Downing Street, BBC political reporter Adam Fleming has now shown Niantic’s augmented reality app to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Wandering in Finsbury Park as part of a wider interview on Sunday Politics about the party and the leadership contest that he is now embroiled in, Fleming couldn’t resist introducing the game that has become a worldwide craze to Corbyn.

While it was a brief part of the segment, they were still able to catch Krabby. After which, Corbyn remarked: “So, our work this morning hasn’t been in vain!”

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