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George Galloway says he should be allowed on TV election debates

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George Galloway says it is 'completely wrong' that he has not been invited to take part in televised general election debates.

The Workers Party of Britain leader, who became Rochdale's MP earlier this year following a by-election, says he should be included.

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News ahead of the ITV debate on Tuesday (June 4), Mr Galloway said his party is planning to field candidates in 326 constituencies across the country at the general election.

This is just over half of the total seats available in the UK. ITV hosted the first head-to-head general election debate between Conservative Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.

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