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Old 07-12-2017, 02:02 PM   #1
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The chief of staff at Britain’s biggest trade union has called for George Galloway’s readmission to the Labour Party.

Andrew Murray, until recently a Communist leader in the UK, works for Unite the union and played an important role in Labour’s general election campaign after he was seconded to the party.

In an interview with the Morning Star, Murray said it was “long past time” for Galloway to be readmitted to the party, after he was expelled in 2003 for telling British troops to disobey their orders in Iraq.

Galloway is a vehement critic of Israel and has refused to debate Israelis.

He was a Labour MP for 16 years and once famously declared Bradford an “Israeli-free zone,” only for the Israeli ambassador to visit the West Yorkshire city the next day.

However, there are growing calls for his return to the party, with more than 5,000 grassroots Labour members signing an online petition calling for his expulsion to be overturned.
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George Galloway is full of shit. Champagne Socialist and will say whatever he needs to get elected.

I used to listen to his talksport radio show many years ago and he would never really venture into the 9/11 conspiracy too much.
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I just cannot work the fella out. He gets my hackles up but I can't pin point exactly what it is about him that makes me so wary.
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He's polite and has a charm about him, but he is full of it.

I saw him in London once on a campaign bus going at it full pelt, no one was listening to him.

He will say and do anything to get elected again.
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I just cannot work the fella out. He gets my hackles up but I can't pin point exactly what it is about him that makes me so wary.
maybe it's the fact he is willing to pander to a 7th century ideology to retain a seat in parliament / stay on the gravy train ?

I appreciated his staunch honesty re: Iraq and the illegal regime change but that could be said to be representing the interests of his nation as evidently those who warned against creating a quagmire in the middle east were correct.
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maybe it's the fact he is willing to pander to a 7th century ideology to retain a seat in parliament / stay on the gravy train ?

I appreciated his staunch honesty re: Iraq and the illegal regime change but that could be said to be representing the interests of his nation as evidently those who warned against creating a quagmire in the middle east were correct.
Correct in both parts.

At one point he was the voice of muslims, now they have loads of councillors and mayors, even the mayor of London is muslim.

He was correct about Iraq though, credit where credit is due.
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He's a State Asset.
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He's an odd duck for sure. He bravely stood up to Congress when he went there and held his own in what was a hostile environment. He's also a chancer who is willing to ally himself with some pretty unsavoury characters in order to hold on to what power he has. He's bright but he can be incredibly dim. I wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him and Corbyn would be mad to let him back in.
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George Galloway on Labour's historic opposition to the EU.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJHGzA9g3Ok&t=40s
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