George Galloway visits Harrow Mosque

A MAYORAL candidate has pledged to “build a London for all” during a series of surprise visits in the borough. London Mayoral candidate George Galloway made a surprise appearance in Harrow this weekend, addressing a crowd of hundreds. The RESPECT Party leader, who served as an MP for more than 25 years, spoke to passers-by on issues such as the housing crisis, public transport and financial fraud, as well as London’s role in the world.

Credit: Harrow Times

Mr Galloway also fielded questions from the public on issues as diverse as fly-tipping, racism, anti-social behaviour, council tax and Uber, among others. The action follows a similar soapbox appearance at Harrow Mosque on Friday, October 9, where he addressed a crowd of thousands.

He said: “Sadiq Khan wants to stand up to Jeremy Corbyn. Not me. I want to stand with Jeremy Corbyn, against austerity, against war, against David Cameron. “Together we can build a London for all, not just for those dripping in gold”.

George Galloway speaking outside Harrow Mosque earlier this afternoon after prayers #galloway4mayorSupport for this campaign grows every day. People are sick of inequality, poverty and 'business as usual' It's time for #alondonforall

Posted by Galloway4London on Friday, 9 October 2015

The action comes prior to a meeting being held on Wednesday, organised by campaign group ‘Harrow4Galloway’.

The Mayoral candidate will appear alongside Mukhtar Ghaffar, who is representing the RESPECT Party in the race for the Brent and Harrow GLA seat.

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