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Why George Galloway’s luck may finally be running out

Respect has dwindled, his mayoral campaign has failed to catch fire, and several groups of investigators are circling…

2 January 2016

9:00 AM

2 January 2016

9:00 AM

The race to be London Mayor is the biggest personality contest in politics. And one personality looms largest: George Galloway, back from Bradford and seeking his fortune on the capital’s streets.

In his public appearances, the Respect party leader has been on his usual bombastic form. But dig a little deeper, and it becomes apparent that his campaign — and his career — is on the shakiest ground.

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