British lawmaker George Galloway had an eventful day. An appeals court Wednesday upheld his libel suit victory over a British newspaper. The Telegraph had said the anti-war politician had taken money from Saddam Hussein in the U.N. oil for food scandal. Still, his luck didn't hold: Viewers booted Galloway off a celebrity reality TV show Wednesday night.The program had featured the incendiary left-wing politician dancing in a red leotard and lapping imaginary milk from a saucer like a cat.
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. British politician George Galloway had an eventful day. Yesterday, a court upheld his libel suit win against the Telegraph newspaper. It had reported the anti-war Galloway had taken money in the U.N. oil for food scandal. His luck changed last night when viewers booted Galloway off a reality show. The program had featured the incendiary left wing politician dancing in a red leotard and lapping up imaginary milk like a cat. This is MORNING EDITION.
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