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George Galloway has been branded a "laughing stock" by a Labour opponent after the Respect MP imitated a cat on Celebrity Big Brother.
Mr Galloway, 51, went on all fours, purred and pretended to lick cream from actress Rula Lenska's hands, as part of a task set on the Channel 4 show.
Originally posted by spacedoubt
Otherwise, I believe he is a showboater..including his "standing up" to the
Originally posted by Odium
Galloway tends to be a local hero for many people on one reason alone...
He stood up, to the United State's Goverment on their own turf something our own Priminister doesn't dare to do and none of them have dared to do in a few decades. He also raises many good questions, on one certain people have been targetted without evidence when the guilty parties [which we have evidence for] are being allowed to get away with their crimes.
...there is a reason he was elected and it will likely be a while before he is removed from Goverment. Do I agree with him? Only on a few issues...but at least he has the balls to stand by those points in Parliament and not to chop-and-change, when in Public or Challenged like a majority of politicians...
The Daily Telegraph is considering an appeal to the House of Lords after it lost a court bid to overturn a £150,000 libel award to MP George Galloway.
Mr Galloway successfully sued the paper for suggesting he had received money from Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq.
The Respect MP, who was not paid his Commons salary while on TV
"I'll tell you what I think of George Galloway," said Rajib Ahammad as he discussed his MP outside the East London Mosque in Whitechapel after prayers yesterday. "He's a star. He is still the man who had the courage to say all the right things about Iraq. He is still the man who stood up to Tony Blair. So what if he went on TV and was told to act like a cat?"
"Not only did I not know I'd be censored, I was told by the Big Brother producers I would not be.
"In fact one of the main points that they made when they met me in the House of Commons to persuade me to do it was that it would be a good place to be effectively a soapbox for my perspective on events.
"And therefore I was very surprised when I got out to hear the birdsong over any political statement that I made, but hey I'm getting the chance to speak to all of you here, you wouldn't be here otherwise," he told reporters.
Originally posted by And3h
Never been a fan of his... hes a disgrace to scotland and the british parliment.