George Galloway

George Galloway is a politician who was born in Dundee, Scotland in 16/08/1954 and is now 70 years old. George Galloway has a net worth of $3 Million.

What is George Galloway Net Worth?

George Galloway's net worth is US $3 Million.

Who is George Galloway?

George Galloway (born 16 August 1954) is a British politician, broadcaster, and writer who has served as Member of Parliament (MP) for Rochdale since the 2024 by-election. He has been the leader of the Workers Party of Britain since he founded it in 2019. Between 1987 and 2010, and between 2012 and 2015, Galloway served as MP for four constituencies, first for the Labour Party and later for the Respect Party, the latter of which he joined in 2004 and led from 2013 until its dissolution in 2016.

Galloway was born in Dundee, Scotland. After becoming the youngest ever chair of the Scottish Labour Party in 1981, he was general secretary of the London-based charity War on Want from 1983 until his election as MP for Glasgow Hillhead at the 1987 general election. In 2004, Galloway became a member of the Respect Party, and then the party’s leader by late 2013. He was elected as MP for Bethnal Green and Bow at the 2005 general election. After losing in neighbouring Poplar and Limehouse in 2010, he returned to the House of Commons after being elected at the 2012 Bradford West by-election; he lost this seat at the 2015 general election. After unsuccessfully standing as an independent candidate in two seats in the 2017 and 2019 general elections, Galloway founded the Workers Party of Britain; he stood for the Workers Party at the 2021 Batley and Spen by-election, finishing in third place, and won the 2024 Rochdale by-election with 39.7 per cent of the vote.

Galloway describes himself as both a socialist and socially conservative. He is a staunch critic of Israel and Zionism, and supports the Palestinians in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. He was involved in the Viva Palestina aid convoys to the Gaza Strip. Previously he supported Ba’athist Iraq, causing controversy when he visited and praised Saddam Hussein. Galloway founded the Mariam Appeal to campaign against sanctions on Iraq. A prominent opponent of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the Labour Party expelled him for inciting Arabs to fight British troops. Galloway was accused of receiving illicit payments from Iraq’s regime, from money made through the United Nations’ Oil-for-Food Program. He defiantly defended himself at a 2005 US Senate hearing. He supported Jeremy Corbyn in the 2015 Labour Party leadership election and during Corbyn’s leadership of the party. In 2016 he campaigned for the UK to leave the European Union, later supporting Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party in the 2019 European Parliament election. He opposes Scottish independence and founded the British unionist alliance All for Unity, which received 0.9 per cent of votes in the 2021 Scottish Parliament election. Galloway blamed the Russian invasion of Ukraine on the West and has been accused of spreading pro-Russian disinformation.

Galloway hosted the TalkRadio show The Mother of All Talk Shows between 2006 and 2010 and between 2016 and 2019 until his dismissal. He broadcast on Russia Today (RT) from 2013 to 2022. Galloway’s talk show moved to social media platforms.


How old is George Galloway?

George Galloway is 70 years old.

What is George Galloway Birthday?

George Galloway's birthday is 16/08/1954.

What is George Galloway Zodiac Sign?

George Galloway's zodiac sign is Leo.

What is George Galloway's Real Birth Name?

George Galloway's real birth name is George Galloway.

Where is George Galloway's Birthplace?

George Galloway's birthplace is Dundee, Scotland.

How Tall is George Galloway?

George Galloway height is 5'6'' (167.64 cm).

What is George Galloway Nationality?

George Galloway nationality is .

What are George Galloway's Professions?

George Galloway's professions are Broadcaster, Politician, Writer.

Who is George Galloway's Spouse(s)?

Elaine Fyffe (m. 1979; div. 1999)​
Amineh Abu-Zayyad ​(m. 2000; div. 2009)​
Rima Husseini ​(m. 2005; div. 2010)​
Putri Gayatri Pertiwi(m. 2012)

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