The chant of “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn,” continued to ring out around Glastonbury all weekend, even after the man himself had left the stage.
The money, though, was probably less important to the D.U.P. than staving off what it sees as a nightmarish alternative: the specter of Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the opposition Labour Party, becoming prime minister.
That surge, lifting Corbyn and Labour, has shown no signs of abating since the votes were cast on June 8.
Many of the entries for Muslim groups cite right-wing Islamophobic websites.
When told about the World-Check listing, Mark Floegel, research director for Greenpeace, said, “There is no justification for placing peaceful protesters on a watchlist meant to monitor against crimes such as money laundering or terror financing.
The Intercept’s international partners also found instances of people listed under “terrorism” on the basis of outdated or debunked information.