As the row over Anti-Semitism in the Labour Party goes on, it is interesting that the Media seem reluctant to link the news that George Galloway sacked by Talk Radio over allegedly a anti-Semitic tweet and his links with Nigel Farage's Brexit Party.
Mr Galloway had said he was the “best placed candidate” to replace the disgraced Fiona Onasanya, who became the first MP to be booted out by her constituents following her prison sentence for lying about a speeding ticket.
Making his pitch to be the Brexit Party candidate, he tweeted: “If elected, my first priority will be to help secure the full implementation of the Brexit decision made overwhelmingly by the people there in 2016.”
However Mr Galloway's latest headlines may even see him shunned by his new pals in the Brexit Pary.
The former MP posted on the social media site after the Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham on Saturday night.There is much debate within the Labour Party over Anti-Semitism , Some of it exaggerated for political purposes and a difficulty in separating criticism of the State of Israel over its appalling treatment of the Palestinians and actual anti-semitism.
He praised Liverpool's win, before adding: "No #Israël flags on the Cup!" - appearing to reference Tottenham's strong links with the Jewish community.
On Monday, the radio station said it had terminated his weekly show.
Mr Galloway hit back at his former employer, tweeting: "See you in Court guys."The original tweet from Mr Galloway on Saturday night saw the former Labour and Respect MP face a backlash on Twitter.
But he was accused of being racist himself, including by Tottenham itself.
In a statement, the club said: "It's astounding in this day and age to read such blatant anti-Semitism published on a social platform by someone who is still afforded air time on a radio station on which he has previously broken broadcast impartiality rules."
On Monday morning, talkRADIO said it had cancelled Mr Galloway's show, adding: "As a fair and balanced news provider, talkRADIO does not tolerate anti-Semitic views."
Mr Galoway however appears to have clearly crossed the line.
Maybe because The Brexit Party does not have a membership in the way all other parties have and is more of a limited company, Nigel Farage will claim that this means that Mr Galloway is not a member and therefore not be expelled.
But clearly the links between Galloway and Farage needs to be explored.