I won't be silenced, vows MP George Galloway
Respect MP George Galloway has vowed not be silenced after he was interviewed under caution by police investigating his declaration that Bradford was "an Israel-free zone".
The MP is set to give a talk at the Ulster Hall on Saturday, which sold out after unionist councillors called for it to be stopped. Loyalists are set to hold a protest in Belfast city centre against his presence after Mr Galloway called for an Israeli boycott.
West Yorkshire Police received more than 300 complaints about a speech earlier this month in Leeds in which he said Israelis were not welcome in the city where he has a constituency.
Detectives travelled to London to speak to him and he did so voluntarily under caution, and is understood to have denied being anti-Semitic.
Mr Galloway said: "I won't be silenced, I will keep speaking out against horrendous injustice."
He is understood to believe no prosecution for inciting racial hatred will follow his comments.