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Workers Party candidate challenges Debbie Abrahams to ‘Question Time’ showdown

Oldham’s Workers Party candidate challenged incumbent local MP Debbie Abrahams to a ‘Question Time’ style showdown during a campaign launch last night (June 6), where a fight later broke out. Shanaz Saddique, who is standing in Oldham East and Saddleworth, said she’d like to ‘have it out’ with the Labour candidate who has represented the constituency for almost 13 years.

Saddique said: “Debbie Abrahams I challenge you to a question time here in Oldham East and Saddleworth. You name the place, you name the time. Shanaz Saddique will sit with you and we’ll have it out for the people of Oldham East and Saddleworth.”

The challenge was issued during a speech at the Eastern Pavilion in Featherstall, which was attended by just under 200 people and the Workers Party leader George Galloway.

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While there was much support for the two candidates in the room, the event did not go down entirely harmoniously, with a brawl nearly breaking out between a number of members of the audience while Galloway and Saddique were taking questions.

The fight was quickly brought under control, with a media officer telling the crowd 'it's not about you, please make peace' and a volunteer wearing a Worker's Party badge asking people to delete videos of the incident, saying 'we must stay undivided'.

The event was also attended by George Galloway. The Workers Party leader, standing as a candidate for re-election in neighbouring Rochdale, also took aim at the Labour candidate Debbie Abrahams.

The politician from Glasgow, who recently came under fire for saying same-sex relationships 'weren't normal', accused the Labour party of 'pandering' to tax fears and being