George Galloway has said the "nest" of Russian immigrants murdering and robbing each other should "take themselves and their money" back to Russia, following the poisoning of Sergei Skripal.
Theresa May has said 23 Russian diplomats will be expelled following the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter. Russia is expected to retaliate as it has denied involvement, whilst Jeremy Corbyn has not directly blamed Russia for the attack and warned not to make decisions ahead of evidence.
talkRADIO host Galloway told Mike Graham: "I think most people listening, watching in the country, probably agree with you and me that there’s every possibility that this is a Russian job.
"It’s extremely unlikely that at that time and with that level of overkill and failing to kill that it was the Russian state. They are very good killers if they were dispatched to kill."
He thinks there is "a nest" of Russians in England who are "absconded thieves, political exiles."
After the Russian revolution "there was the same cluster of Russian immigrants murdering each other, robbing each other, and doing all kinds of things...it’s really the same today.
"They all come to a sticky end and they've got billions, maybe trillions here in London pushing up house prices, forcing up rents, wasting the police's time.
"It’s about time we cleared them out and they can take themselves and their money back to Russia where they largely stole it from."
Galloway added Corbyn is "only saying what most of the world are saying" about waiting "for the evidence however frustrating it is before passing sentence on the accused."
Listen to the full interview above