"Is it right that so many people live in such poverty, in a society surrounded by such riches? "And is it right that European nationals living in this country, making their contribution to our society, working in our hospitals, schools and universities, don't know if they are going to be allowed to remain here.
"I say, they all must stay, and they all must be part of our world, and be part of our community.
"Because what festivals, what this festival is about, are about coming together.
Fed up with being told they never participate, and utterly fed up with being told that their generation was going to pay more to get less in education, in health, in housing, in pensions and everything else. That politics that got out of the box, is not going back in any box, because we're there demanding and achieving something very different in our society and in our lives.
"That they should accept low wages and insecurity, and they should see it as just part of life. There's a number of things they're very simple very basic questions we should ask ourselves.
"We cannot go on destroying this planet through global warming, through pollution, through destruction of habitat, through pollution of our seas and our rivers.
"We have to live on this planet, there is only one planet, not even Donald Trump believes there's another planet somewhere else.
As people get older we get embarrassed about that, thinking wooooh, can't be thinking that sort of thing, can't be writing poetry. I want all our children to be inspired, all our children to have the right to play music, to write poetry, to learn in the way that they want.
"In this festival, this wonderful festival, with all its stages and all its music, gives that choice and that opportunity to so many young musicians that they can achieve and inspire us all and I'm proud to be here for that, I'm proud to be here to support the peace movement and its activities here and the way that message gets across, but I'm also very proud to be here for the environmental causes that go with it.
Jeremy Corbyn appeared on stage with Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis just after 4pm. "Because they were fed up with being denigrated, fed up with being told they don't matter.
It's about all of us, what we dream, what we want, and what we want for everybody else. "But what was even more inspiring was the number of young people who got involved for the first time.
"It's that sense of unlocking the potential in all of us that I find so inspiring, and I'm inspired by many poets and many people, and I think we should adopt a maxim in life, that everyone we meet is unique, everyone we meet knows something we don't know, is slightly different to us in some ways.
"Don't see them as a threat, don't see them as an enemy, see them as a source of knowledge, a source of friendship, and a source of inspiration.
"So it is about bringing those ideas together, it is about the unity that we achieve and we achieve inspiration though lots of things.