Having spent decades as the gadfly of No. 10 Downing Street, George Galloway vacated his backbench seat at the British House of Commons in 2015. 

His strongly-held, loudly-voiced opinions did not go with him, however: Mr Galloway remains as vocal in his criticism of Tony Blair, expansionist foreign policies and the European Union as he was when in parliament. 

In this Times Talk interview, Mr Galloway - who was in Malta to mark 30 years since dock workers prevented the Ark Royal from entering the Grand Harbour - discusses Italy's hard-line policy towards migrant rescue ships, Malta's neutrality and, of course, himself. 

Watch the full interview on Wednesday morning on the Times of Malta website.


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