Galloway cuts off interview after question about gay relationships comments

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05/05/2024

George Galloway has cut off a broadcast interview after being asked about remarks in which he suggested he did not think gay relationships were equal to heterosexual relationships. The Workers Party of Britain leader and  Rochdale MP hung up the phone when asked by LBC’s Sunday With Lewis Goodall about the remarks he made in the interview with Novara Media. Mr Galloway’s party hopes to act as a challenger to Labour at the general election, and has claimed it will field candidates to stand against the Opposition’s key figures. In an interview with LBC, Mr Galloway was asked about his comments to Novara.

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