Labour deputy leader Tom Watson may be having the worst festival hangover of his life as he returns from Glastonbury early to address the party's leadership crisis

 
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Tom Watson's hangover could be his worst yet (Source: Getty)

Deputy Labour leader and regular on the festival circuit Tom Watson picked the wrong weekend to let loose.

As Labour's top ministers revolt against party leader Jeremy Corbyn following a vote of no confidence, Watson is en-route back to London after partying until 4am at Glastonbury festival.

It was a boozy Saturday for the politician. Watson live-blogged his day at the festival on social networking app Snapchat, sharing a photo of a bottle of craft beer with the caption "it's come to this".

Watson also posted a photo of himself drinking a can of Thatchers Gold cider at Worthy Farm.

At around 3:30am on Sunday morning the deputy leader of the opposition posted a video of himself dancing the night away in a silent disco at the music festival, hours before the shadow cabinet began to unfold.

Later that day, Watson was spotted checking his phone as he waited for a train back to London.

Watson is no stranger to a festival hangover. The Labour MP is a regular at V festival, and was very impressed by rapper Tinie Tempah's set in 2011.

But Watson isn't all about silent discos and grime acts. In 2009 he declared himself a ska fan as he prepared to see seven-piece British band The Specials at V.

Tom Watson's Westminster office has been approached for comment.

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