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George Galloway says he could contest Margaret Ferrier's seat in Rutherglen

Daily Record Tuesday, 6 October 2020
George Galloway says he could contest Margaret Ferrier's seat in RutherglenThe former Labour firebrand has called on Unionist parties to back just one candidate at a future by-election if Margaret Ferrier does choose to stand down as an MP.
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