READER POLL: Was Jeremy Corbyn right not to sing the national anthem?

NEW Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn courted controversy after declining to sing the national anthem at St Paul’s Cathedral yesterday.

The long-standing Republican stood in silence as others sung the anthem during a service to mark the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

Today we are asking Advertiser readers if they think Mr Corbyn was right to stand-by his beliefs and abstain from signing.

To log your opinion in our online poll, click here.