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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Iain Lees-Galloway has removed himself from reality

    Iain Lees-Galloway has removed himself from reality

    This from a former Immigration Minister who believes the current minister has got it wrong in the handling of the case of Karel Sroubek.

    Lees-Galloway has now admitted to having made his decision after only reviewing the file for about an hour.

    Aussie Malcolm says it's simple ... Lees-Galloway has looked at the information and made the wrong decision.

    He says Lees-Galloway should have looked at the big picture.

    Malcolm says it would have been disclosed he had been in prison, was a drug dealer, and was an associate of a nasty gang.

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