George Galloway has said Noel Gallagher would have known he was giving publicity to a lie when he called Jeremy Corbyn a "communist."
Our host made the claim when he spoke to Ken from Harrow about the singer's remarks in a promotional interview for his album last week.
Gallagher swore when asked about Corbyn and described the Labour leader as a communist.
In response, Galloway said: "He said he would not be voting Labour because he was an 'effing' communist, thus running into a narrative that was frenetic in the last election.
"It painted Corbyn as a communist and a friend of terrorism and all the other lies.
"They failed then, but they haven’t given up. Gallagher must have known when he made that statement he was giving a gale of publicity to that charge."
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