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I TOTALLY agree with Kevin Maguire that Ed Miliband would do well to learn a lesson from Gordon Brown and get some fire in his belly.
Gordon Brown Law Firm has expanded its commercial property department with its second staff appointment in two months.
The Governor appreciated the key role of Gordon Brown in holding international conference on education in Pakistan.
WHILE I have no faith in the Con-Dems doing anything to help Scotland, surely Gordon Brown is being somewhat disingenuous when he tries to heap all the blame for youth unemployment at their door.
In what will be an important and controversial book, with clarity and insight, Gordon Brown provides an intimate account of the financial and political events as they unfolded, whilst vigorously putting forward solutions to the problems that still affect the world today.
REMEMBER that Gordon Brown was the person who had his grubby hands on our pension pot, thus making our lives a little harder.
I COULD not believe it when we were told that Gordon Brown wanted Tony Blair to help him with the General Election.
IAN Galletley says Gordon Brown has no right to criticise football clubs for overspending and getting into debt (What A Cheek, 06.