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Galloway says ‘I’m feeling good’ as he arrives at Parliament

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Galloway says ‘I’m feeling good’ as he arrives at Parliament

Galloway says ‘I’m feeling good’ as he arrives at Parliament

New MP for Rochdale George Galloway speaks to members of the media as he arrives before being sworn in at the House of Commons.

The leader of the Workers Party of Britain tells reporters that he “is feeling good” and that he “loves” the Houses of Parliament, but “the people in it not quite so much”.

Report by Blairm.

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