Tuesday, June 01, 2004

Another Galloway promise broken

When George Galloway was expelled from the Labour Party he promised his constituents in Glasgow that he would prove his claimed popularity by standing in the city against Labour in the next general election.

He made a series of platitudes about his desire to continue serving the people in Glasgow saying he "unequivocally, definately" would be an independent candidate.

But now Galloway has bottled it and announced he daren't stand at the next election.