It's been less than two weeks since his last trip, but Jeremy Corbyn is on his way back to Glasgow.

The Labour leader is set to be quizzed by students at the University of Strathclyde later this week - which comes after parliament was officially suspended for five weeks.

It means Corbyn and other MPs are not due back in the Commons until October 14.

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Strathclyde's Student Union made the announcement on Tuesday evening.

They wrote: "This Friday we are welcoming Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Opposition and UK Labour, to the Strathclyde Student Union.

"Come along for your chance to hear from Corbyn and ask him any questions you may have."

Corbyn had previously joined thousands of protesters gathered in George Square campaigning against the suspension of Parliament on August 31.

Doors open to the event at the union's Barony Bar at 5.30pm on September 13.