The Express & Star reported this morning that George Galloway was met with “rapturous applause” in the West Bromwich Working Men’s Social Club last night, and that is no overstatement.
George Galloway has been in the constituency for nearly six weeks now, laying the ground work for a campaign that will be one of the most high-profile in the West Midlands, if not the entire country.
With Tom Watson having already stood down, the Watson youth are throwing their hats into the ring, and in a desperate attempt to recover some ground they prostrate themselves before an unsympathetic audience as “British, working class and proud“. Quite what, any of the Watson Remain clan have to be proud about is anybodies guess.
The next few weeks will see George Galloway speak at nearly ten meetings in schools and public building throughout the constituency, with a spirited rally and Q&A held every Friday starting from 23 November.
Last night’s meeting can be viewed in full here:
We’ll update you as things progress – but get in touch if you can support the campaign, and get these dates in your diary:
Friday 22 November – 7.15pm, West Browmwich Working Mens Social Club, 36 Dudley Street, B70 9LS
Friday 29 November – 7.15pm, West Browmwich Working Mens Social Club, 36 Dudley Street, B70 9LS
Friday 6 December – 7.15pm, West Browmwich Working Mens Social Club, 36 Dudley Street, B70 9LS
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