ANTI-Iraq war campaigner George Galloway MP spoke at a rally in Huddersfield last night.
The meeting at the Hudawi Centre in Great Northern Street, Hillhouse, was organised by Huddersfield Stop the War coalition.
It was held as Mr Galloway signed a Commons early day motion calling on the Government to report the United States to the UN Security Council, for supplying lethal toxins to former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein during the 1980s.
He is one of a cross- party group of 78 MPs who have put their names to the motion, tabled by Austin Mitchell, Labour MP for Great Grimsby.
It lists evidence drawn from the US Senate's archives that the White House approved the transfer of samples of anthrax, botulism and other biowar-capable substances, in breach of the Geneva biological and toxin weapons convention.