George Galloway's surprise victory in Rochdale, marked by controversial rhetoric, undermines Labour and Keir Starmer. 

However, it's not a strong indicator for future elections 

Galloway's history suggests he won't achieve his stated goals.  

The outcome reflects local dissatisfaction and divisions, but it doesn't significantly alter the political landscape.

Other mainstream parties also face challenges, with Reform UK failing to capitalize on recent events. 

Ultimately, Rochdale's outcome is a reflection of local concerns rather than a seismic shift in national politics.

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