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Title: The party is over for Respect, but George Galloway could find a home again in Labour
Author(s): Akhtar, Parveen
Peace, Timothy
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Issue Date: 23-Aug-2016
Date Deposited: 23-Sep-2016
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Akhtar P & Peace T (2016) The party is over for Respect, but George Galloway could find a home again in Labour. The Conversation. 23.08.2016.
Abstract: First paragraph: The Respect Party, launched 12 years ago as a platform for opposing the Iraq war, has ceased to be. After it lost its only parliamentary seat in the 2015 election, the party has “voluntarily de-registered” from the Electoral Commission. Access this article on The Conversation website:
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Affiliation: Aston University
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