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Galloway's Glower: George's Death Stare At PM
He is renowned for refusing to fade into the background and George Galloway certainly lived up to his reputation at Prime Minister's Questions - giving the PM a killer stare.
The newly re-elected MP, who pulled off a shock victory in the Bradford West by-election, found himself mentioned by David Cameron as he clashes with Labour leader Ed Miliband.
Mr Cameron sought to use Mr Galloway's win last month, which was a major blow to the Labour Party, as a way to deflect from a barrage of questions about controversial Budget measures.
The Prime Minister said: "You talk about my last month, I accept, a tough month. Let's have a look at your last month: you lost the Bradford by-election... I have to say you have given one person a job opportunity - George Galloway."
Cue the vicious stare from Mr Galloway up on the backbenches, who glowered fiercely, holding the scowl in a moment that succeeded in grabbing him headlines.
And there was still a bit more time in the spotlight for the former Labour-turned-Respect MP.
Called to ask the final question of the half-hour session, the politician took the chance to bring up the Afghan conflict and withdrawal of British troops.
He criticised the "iron-clad consensus" on the frontbenches to describe the operation as a "mission", insisting most people viewed it as a "war".
Mr Galloway called the fighting a "bloody maw" and asked Mr Cameron to reconsider Britain's position of withdrawing troops by the end of 2014, following Australia's accelerated timetable.
But the Prime Minister said: "I profoundly disagree with you.
"Our troops are in Afghanistan not fighting a war against Islam but at the invitation of an Islamic government and under a United Nations resolution to try and help that country have a peaceful, prosperous and stable future.
"You know the dangers in the past of walking away from Afghanistan and leaving that country to become the terrorist-supporting haven it did under the Taliban.
"We mustn't make that mistake again and I would urge you not play to the gallery on this issue but to speak up for the work our forces are doing to make Afghanistan a safer country."
Outside the chamber, Mr Galloway was also making his presence felt.
Angry at the fact he has not yet been provided with an office, he has set up camp in the atrium at Portcullis House.
Beaming from a table on the concourse, he was sitting with his new wife and Respect Party workers with a sign declaring "George Galloway MP Office" on the table.
Previously a Labour MP and then MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, this is Mr Galloway's third time elected to Parliament.
The controversial politician, who is also famous for pretending to be a cat on Celebrity Big Brother, fell out with Labour over the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.