George Galloway has hailed Jeremy Corbyn for his victory in the Labour leadership contest, and said some of those who rebelled against him "might not get away with it."
In his weekly monologue, the talkRADIO presenter said Mr Corbyn would have won with an even greater majority had it not been for the "purge" of huge numbers of his supporters.
Mr Corbyn was re-elected Labour leader on Saturday with a huge majority, after MPs had passed a vote of no confidence against him.
Galloway criticised the "coupmakers" who may now try and support Mr Corbyn after attempting to oust him, and suggested some of them may face censure for their actions.
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