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  • [[Image:Gordon Brown.jpg|thumb|Gordon Brown, then Chancellor of the Exchequer, at a Commonwealth Finance Ministers Pres '''Gordon Brown''' was the principal intellectual architect of the transformation of the [[
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  • The works of Gordon Brown are listed on the [[Gordon Brown/Works|works subpage]] * Bower, Tom: ''Gordon Brown'', HarperCollins, 2003.
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  • ...ed States Congress 2009[http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/mar/04/gordon-brown-speech-to-congress] : Speech to Labour Party Conference, 2009[http://www2.labour.org.uk/gordon-brown-speech-conference]
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  • * 1984 Brown attends Democratic National Convention on San Francisco * [[Gordon Brown/Addendum#The Euro: Gordon Brown's five tests|Five tests for Euro membership]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Gordon Brown]]
    26 B (3 words) - 03:52, 6 July 2007
  • *Brown JG (1982) The Labour Party and political change in Scotland, 1918-1929: th ....stm Timeline: Blair vs Brown] - details on the ups and downs of the Blair-Brown partnership, from the BBC
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  • ==Tony Blair and Gordon Brown== ...as no record available at that time of a corresponding statement by Gordon Brown.
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  • [[Image:Gordon Brown.jpg|thumb|Gordon Brown, then Chancellor of the Exchequer, at a Commonwealth Finance Ministers Pres '''Gordon Brown''' was the principal intellectual architect of the transformation of the [[
    41 KB (6,341 words) - 15:56, 14 October 2011
  • The works of Gordon Brown are listed on the [[Gordon Brown/Works|works subpage]] * Bower, Tom: ''Gordon Brown'', HarperCollins, 2003.
    1 KB (197 words) - 12:36, 14 October 2011
  • ...ion and in government between 1988 to 2010. In 2007 he succeeded [[Gordon Brown]] as [[Chancellor of the Exchequer]]. Shortly after he took office, the cou ...ay to Gordon Brown as Prime Minister in 2007, Alistair Darling took Gordon Brown's place as [[Chancellor of the Exchequer]], in which post he remained until
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  • ...[[/Addendum#Tony Blair and Gordon Brown|Tony Blair's relations with Gordon Brown]], and on [[/Addendum#The Iraq decisions|the Iraq decisions]]. ...inister of the United Kingdom|Prime Minister]], was founder, with [[Gordon Brown]], of the movement known as [[New Labour]]. He was known internationally fo
    97 KB (14,700 words) - 06:21, 27 October 2013
  • * 1984 Brown attends Democratic National Convention on San Francisco * [[Gordon Brown/Addendum#The Euro: Gordon Brown's five tests|Five tests for Euro membership]]
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  • ...ters have suggested that decision-making is centered around him and Gordon Brown, and the Cabinet is no longer used for decision making.<ref>Chapter 12 Blai ===Proposed changes by Gordon Brown to change the powers of the office===
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  • #REDIRECT [[Gordon Brown]]
    26 B (3 words) - 03:52, 6 July 2007
  • ...y]] under [[Prime Minister of the United Kingdom|Prime Minister]] [[Gordon Brown]] failed to defend its win in the [[2005 United Kingdom general election|20 ...can-style leaders' debates, in which the three main party leaders - Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg - faced audiences and attempted to put across
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  • Tony Blair and [[Gordon Brown]] discuss the leadership election at a private meeting at the ''Granita'' r Gordon Brown announces his support for Tony Blair's candidature.
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  • ...2005 United Kingdom general election|2005]], and was succeeded by [[Gordon Brown]] in 2007. After thirteen years in power, the party lost the [[2010 United [[Gordon Brown]] and [[Tony Blair]] joined the Parliamentary Labour party in 1983, and mov
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  • ...aced Tony Blair as Prime Minister '' - see [[Gordon Brown/Timelines|Gordon Brown
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  • Brown, Gordon: ''Beyond the Crash: Overcoming the First Crisis of Globalization'', Free P
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  • {{r|Gordon Brown}}
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  • ...paranoid, this threatened his career. In 2009, UK Prime Minister [[Gordon Brown]] expressed his regrets for his treatment.<ref>{{citation | author = [[Gordon Brown]]
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  • {{r|Gordon Brown}}
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  • |''"A person who calls for Gordon Brown to be sacked and whose economic politics do not stand up has a total disreg ...endent:'' '[http://comment.independent.co.uk/columnists_a_l/yasmin_alibhai_brown/article82553.ece Blair and Livingstone's marriage of convenience]' 15th Dec
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  • ...ry: Chancellor's speeches] - speeches by [[Alistair Darling]] and [[Gordon Brown]] archived from 1997
    292 B (39 words) - 03:00, 13 June 2008
  • ...stream politicians, and has earned criticism from [[Tony Blair]], [[Gordon Brown]], [[David Cameron]], [[Nick Clegg]] and Sir [[Menzies Campbell]]. The poli ...ng Labour Party due to the perceived ineptitude of Prime Minister [[Gordon Brown]], the scandalous use of public funds by MPs of all three of the major part
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  • {{r|Gordon Brown}}
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