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Life After No. 10 for Gordon Brown

It was Gordon Brown's tragedy to covet a job for which he was never remotely suited. It is understandable that Brown — a Member of Parliament at 32, a fearsome...

Is British Prime Minister Gordon Brown a Bully?

It's 3 a.m. and a phone in Downing Street rings. The question British voters are asking themselves isn't just whether Gordon Brown has the vision and experience...

Britain's Brown Keeps Job, But Problems Remain

After resignations, a reshuffle and rebellion, few at the first meeting Tuesday morning of Gordon Brown's new cabinet can have felt too secure about their place...

Brown's Blues

It was billed as tragedy--an insurrection that would topple British Prime Minister Gordon Brown--but it played out like a Marx Brothers farce. The June 8 meeting...

Labour Pains: Gordon Brown is Running Out of Time

It was billed as tragedy — an insurrection that would topple the Labour Party's flawed hero, Gordon Brown — but it played out like a Marx Brothers farce. The...

Expenses Scandal Only Adds to Brown's Woes

Three thousand dollars to fix the pipes beneath a tennis court; $462 for the upkeep of a swimming pool; $942 to fit a chandelier. The extravagance of many of the...

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Who Will Be Person of the Year 2008?

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