Phil Woolas campaign 'sought to make white folk angry'
Ex-immigration minister Phil Woolas set out to "make the white folk angry" in his general election campaign, a specially convened court has heard.
His defeated Lib Dem rival, Elwyn Watkins, is challenging his re-election as Oldham East and Saddleworth MP - the first case of its kind for 99 years.
Mr Watkins claims the vote was swayed by Labour leaflets containing false claims.
Mr Woolas, who won with a majority of just 103 votes, denies the allegations.
Lorna Gordon reports.