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Interesting article about Gordon Brown, who will soon become the British Prime Minister upon Tony Blair's resignation. I am really interested in the way the leadership election will look!
By Christopher Adams, Political CorrespondentPublished: April 30 2007 22:17 | Last updated: April 30 2007 22:17
When Gordon Brown takes over from Tony Blair as prime minister at the end of June – as, barring a catastrophe, is certain to happen – he will still be something of an enigma for many British voters.
Within a few weeks, and after serving a decade as chancellor of the Exchequer, the deliberative strategist who made the Bank of England independent, shaped many of Labour's social and economic reforms and kept the pound out of the euro, will finally become the government's frontman.
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