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    Bullying by Bradford University management

        The management of Bradford University has been condemned as bullies and intimidators of their teaching staff in a parliamentary motion submitted today by George Galloway.     The Bradford West MP hit out at ‘Victorian mill owner’ tactics over a range of intimidatory threats to lecturers and staff who are protesting about mooted reductions to their pension […]

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    David Lofts Unveiled as Respect Candidate in Hastings and Rye

    We are very pleased to announce that David Lofts will be standing for the Respect Party in the Hastings and Rye constituency in next year’s general election. David was born in Rye and moved to Hastings shortly afterwards, growing up in Sussex & London and later attending boarding school in Oxfordshire, which he left at 16 […]

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    Galloway slams DWP ‘omnishambles’ over work placement scheme

        A new scheme to force the unemployed into unpaid work has been branded a “hugely expensive expensive riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma,” by Bradford West MP George Galloway. “Winston Churchill expressed it well and his Tory successors have lived up to it. The Community Work Placements scheme is supposed to be under […]

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    Galloway raises EDM on Bradford Rail Link

        George Galloway has raised an Early Day Motion in Parliament for a new Bradford Central train station

  • Galloway: Respect will stand in East End if Tower Hamlets First does not

        George Galloway last night vowed that Respect will stand candidates for the 2015 General Election in the constituencies of Tower Hamlets if the ruling Council party Tower Hamlets First does not.     Speaking at a rally in East London alongside former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone in support of the Mayor of Tower Hamlets Lutfur Rahman, […]

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    Galloway seeks more Lottery money for Bradford

         Bradford get back less than half the Lottery money it contributes, while Westminster has whopping £393million surplus.      Bradford West MP George Galloway has written to the chief executive of the Lottery asking for a meeting to explain the disbursement policy and how Bradford appears to be ‘ripped off’.      “Obviously the major national […]

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    Bradford West remains unemployment blackspot

    Commenting on the latest unemployment figures for October, Bradford West MP George Galloway said: “This is a case of the small spark of good news being overwhelmed by the bad. It is good that more than 1000 people have come off the dole since October last year, but it’s a continuing disgrace that my constituency […]

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39688610

Bullying by Bradford University management

    The management of Bradford University has been condemned as bullies and intimidators of their teaching staff in a parliamentary motion submitted today by George Galloway.     The Bradford West MP hit out at ‘Victorian mill owner’ tactics over a range of intimidatory threats to lecturers and staff who are protesting about mooted reductions to their pension […]

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David Lofts Unveiled as Respect Candidate in Hastings and Rye

We are very pleased to announce that David Lofts will be standing for the Respect Party in the Hastings and Rye constituency in next year’s general election. David was born in Rye and moved to Hastings shortly afterwards, growing up in Sussex & London and later attending boarding school in Oxfordshire, which he left at 16 […]

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Galloway slams DWP ‘omnishambles’ over work placement scheme

    A new scheme to force the unemployed into unpaid work has been branded a “hugely expensive expensive riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma,” by Bradford West MP George Galloway. “Winston Churchill expressed it well and his Tory successors have lived up to it. The Community Work Placements scheme is supposed to be under […]

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Galloway raises EDM on Bradford Rail Link

    George Galloway has raised an Early Day Motion in Parliament for a new Bradford Central train station

Galloway: Respect will stand in East End if Tower Hamlets First does not

    George Galloway last night vowed that Respect will stand candidates for the 2015 General Election in the constituencies of Tower Hamlets if the ruling Council party Tower Hamlets First does not.     Speaking at a rally in East London alongside former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone in support of the Mayor of Tower Hamlets Lutfur Rahman, […]

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