Aside from the hilarity of George “not everybody needs to be asked prior to each insertion” Galloway providing a safe space for women, Scrapbook couldn’t help noticing that the branding of the “Hello Ladies!” strapline in the poster below is clearly a reference to the Old Spice advert starring male model Isiah Mustafa. You’re in Bradford West … with the demagogue your […]

After storming out of a university event last year when he realised the student he was debating with was Israeli, Bradford MP George Galloway has decided to declare the city an “Israel free zone”: “We don’t want any Israeli goods. We don’t want any Israeli services. We don’t want any Israeli academics, coming to the university or the college. We don’t […]

The bank account of the Viva Palestina charity founded by George Galloway has been frozen by regulators, Scrapbook can reveal. After a damning report from the Charity Commission, a spokesman confirmed: “we opened a statutory inquiry into the charity … to examine – amongst other regulatory concerns – the trustees’ failure to meet their statutory obligations to file accounts and […]

UPDATE: The wording of our original post below remains unchanged below, but the Commission has been in touch with Scrapbook to clarify that “the charity was actually removed from the online register due to a computer error.  The error doesn’t reflect or change the status of Viva Palestina as a charity.” UPDATE II: The Commission have confirmed that Galloway’s enterprise […]

George Galloway has described being Bradford West’s MP as “98 per cent tedium”. In an interview with Total Politics, the Respect Party figurehead — whose Twitter account has erroneously claimed that he was MP for Blackburn — whinges: “I like elections more than I like serving.” Unless it’s 200 miles away in London, of course, where Galloway fancies […]

There’s only one story today … but George Galloway still finds the time for hypocrisy. Amongst the selection of anti-Thatcher messages selected for re-transmission by the Blackburn Bradford MP is the following: Sorry George, you were in the middle of re-tweeting something about “murderous dictators”? He is, indeed, indefatigable in his hypocrisy.

“Gorgeous” George Galloway went on a bit of an EDM-spree last Thursday, laying down six individual pieces of parliamentary graffiti in a single day. Galloway is a prodigious user of EDMs having been the primary sponsor of 77 of them in just over six months. But one of George’s less popular Early day motions caught Scrapbook’s eye this […]