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Sigmund Galloway

Before blaming hackers, George Galloway tweeted today:

Welcome to the 6000 new followers. I will try to live up to your expectations. Shattered but happy after the Blackburn triumph.

Whoops. Didn’t Galloway mean Bradford West?

Or did he? In 2007, the Daily Mail had it:

George Galloway is set to quit his east London stronghold to challenge Cabinet minster Jack Straw at the next election, according to reports.
The Respect MP is considering a move to the Justice Secretary’s safe Blackburn seat, threatening the career of one of the Cabinet’s biggest hitters.

Is Freud on Twitter?

(via @conorpope )

Categories: General Politics
  1. skidmarx
    March 31, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    If we’re doing stupid tweets:

    ‏ @JohnRentoul
    “Could he give Miliband/Labour a bloody nose?” A George Galloway #QTWTAIN from Political Betting

    That’s “Questions to which the answer is John is a tool”.

  2. Ellis
    April 1, 2012 at 10:14 pm

    Meanwhile, in the real world, grown ups are beginning to understand the enormous opportunity which Galloway’s campaign has shown exists. Clearly large numbers of people, particularly young people, are ready to reject imperialist foreign policy and neo-liberal deflationary economics.
    With millions unemployed, the social services being butchered and educational opportunities reserved for the rich or their creatures, Labour’s collaboration with the Tory agenda is apparent to all.
    Almost all, that is. You don’t have to be a member of sect to be a sectarian.

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