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Rat denies controlling George Galloway from under his hat

The British Rodent Society has angrily denied claims that one of their members is controlling George Galloway’s speech from under his hat, like that rat in Ratatouille.

A spokesrat told us ‘Our members are furious about this. So he wears a hat and spouts pish and everybody assumes it’s because a rat is somehow working his vocal chords? Get real, bud’.

If Galloway’s hat doesn’t conceal a rodent then its function remains unclear. Perhaps it’s a theatrical prop like Churchill’s cigar or Che Guevera’s beret, although those two props had the good fortune to be attached to humans who commanded some respect. If hats could talk maybe we’d hear it squeaking out an SOS, begging to be relocated to a better person, but of course hats are mute. Unlike rats. And, sadly, very unlike George Galloway.

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