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George Galloway Is Still Married To Me, Claims Third Wife After MP's Fourth Wedding

George Galloway is undoubtedly riding high on his by-election winext and recent fourth wedding – but his third wife may have put a damper on things after announcing she is..

Reported by Huffington Post • Wednesday, April 4, 2012

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