FORMER MP George Galloway is to publish a book about Neil Lennon's controversial first season in charge at Celtic.
POVERTY in Glasgow ensured that what was once "the second city of the empire" now had worse health outcomes than overseas territories which have been ravaged by war, George Galloway declared yesterday as he launched his manifesto to become an MSP.
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Former MP George Galloway yesterday said lawyers for News International were "days away" from seeing evidence he claims shows his phone was hacked by a private investigator working for the News of the World.
Set amongst rundown warehouses and bleak cash and carries, the only initial sign of life at George Galloway's Glasgow Southside election HQ, on this sunny Friday morning, is an earnest young student sitting on the steps outside.
George Galloway alleges phone hacking, X-Men actor moves backing from Labour to SNP and nationalists rally behind armed forces.
What George Galloway's Respect party stands for:
Born: 16 August, 1954.
THEY stood shoulder to shoulder as comrades on countless campaigns from the miners' strike, to the poll tax, to the war in Iraq.
THE good thing about interviewing George Galloway is that he never knowingly undersells the drama of a crisis.
FORMER MP George Galloway is set to stand in the next Scottish Parliament election as a candidate for the Respect party after members agreed a policy change at the party's annual conference. Activists paved the way for his attempt to return to front-line politics by reversing a policy which stopped them from campaigning and organising in Scotland.
David Maddox: George Galloway come-back suggests that some interesting times lie ahead for the SNP and for Holyrood
AFTER a colourful absence of six years, it seems that "gorgeous" George Galloway will be back on the ballot paper and trying to charm Glaswegians into voting him into Holyrood.
George Galloway provokes strong feelings. Some people like him, even admire him. It might be putting it a little strongly to say other people hate him, but there are those who are not sympathetic to "gorgeous George". So the news that Mr Galloway, the former Respect MP, is to have a tilt at winning election to Holyrood is unlikely to be greeted with apathy or ambivalence.
"Sir, I salute your courage, your strength, your indefatigability, and I want you to know that we are with you, until victory, until Jerusalem." - Greeting former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in 1994
GEORGE Galloway is set for a dramatic return to Scottish politics after he said it was "pretty certain" he would stand for election as an MSP at next year's Holyrood elections.
GEORGE Galloway has revealed that he may stand for a seat in the Scottish Parliament.
I FIND myself in the minority of people who neither love nor loathe George Galloway. I am, however, bewildered by his very public job application to become an MSP. Don't get me wrong, he has every right to stand and the good people of Glasgow may indeed enjoy sending their own little parcel of havoc to the parliament in Edinburgh. Actually, if he sells it like that, he's a shoo in.
VETERAN politician George Galloway was nowhere to be seen as his Westminster career faltered.
THE Canadian government has been accused of falsely labelling Respect Party MP George Galloway a terrorist.
GEORGE Galloway has been deported from Egypt after plainclothes police officers refused him entry to the Gaza Strip and put him on a plane bound for London.