George Galloway is long accustomed to media scrutiny. He hit the international headlines in 2005 when he faced a U.S. senate committee that accused him of being in Saddam Hussein's pay. As a result he received more than 20,000 emails from American well-wishers. A Scot of Irish descent, he is a long serving member of the British Parliament and currently represents London's Bethnal Green & Bow constituency. He won the seat in May 2005 for Respect, the party he founded after being expelled from the Labour Party for his vocal opposition to the invasion of Iraq. George is the author of 'I Am Not the Only One' and 'Mr Galloway Goes to Washington', a radio chat show host and recently a Big Brother participant.
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