George Galloway: Voters feel 'alienated'


Former Labour MP George Galloway says he won the Bradford West by-election because he stands for those who are "alienated" by modern politics.

He told the BBC's Carole Walker mainstream politics was "a kind of virtual politics for a minority of the electorate."

He said he did not think Muslim voters upset at the war in Afghanistan had an effect on the result, saying he believed "most people in Britain are anti-war."

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