George Galloway
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Election 2015 smaller parties: Respect George Galloway

The Respect Party leader has predicted Ed Miliband will be PM later this week, but will have to try "with some gusto" to assure other left-wing voters there will be a "decisive break with Tory policies."

Speaking to Andrew Neil on the Daily Politics, George Galloway recalled his accurate prediction of a 55-45 result in the Scottish referendum, and he spoke about his party standing in four general election seats.

The Respect Party leader, standing again in Bradford, said: "You are probably talking to the man with the casting vote in the next Parliament, at least I hope so, and many other people will do too. We are real Labour, that's true."

This is one of a series of interviews with 22 smaller parties contesting seats at the 2015 general election.

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