Tom Watson 'Returns From Glastonbury' Amid Labour Turmoil

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Britain's opposition Labour Party deputy leader Tom Watson (Left) in London, Britain June 6, 2016. Watson is said to be returning to London amid turmoil in Labour's Shadow Cabinet. Neil Hall/Reuters

Labour Party Deputy Leader Tom Watson is reported to be returning from a night of partying at Glastonbury festival amid turmoil in the party's top team.

Footage posted to Watson's Snapchat account showed him letting off steam at a silent disco following the "Remain" campaign's defeat in Britain's EU Referendum on Thursday. Other images showed him relaxing at the festival.

Tom Watson currently in a tent in a muddy field with 5,000 missed calls

— Matthew Champion (@matthewchampion) June 26, 2016

When you know #LabourCoup is coming, this is the logical response from @tom_watson

— Guido Fawkes (@GuidoFawkes) June 26, 2016

But Watson was spotted waiting for the train back to London, The Telegraph reported:

Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson returns to London from Glastonbury

— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 26, 2016

The Huffington Post reported that Watson is unlikely to join Shadow Cabinet colleague Heidi Alexander in resigning, though many others are expected to leave their jobs in the hours ahead. Watson has been tipped by some commentators as a possible future Labour leader.

Angela Eagle is the most senior woman in the party, as shad 1st sec of state + PMQs deputy.
No one expecting @tom_watson to quit tho

— Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) June 26, 2016