Wednesday June 3, 2020

Brown’s first big blunder

The Tories made the most of Gordon Brown’s u-turn on calling an election, but they have more to do to turn their advantage into votes, writes Dave Sambrook in London.

13th October, 2007

The Tories made the most of Gordon Brown’s u-turn on calling an election, but they have more to do to turn their advantage into votes, writes Dave Sambrook in London.

When Gordon Brown stepped up to the dispatch box for prime minister’s questions last Wednesday, he knew he was on a hiding to nothing.

It was time for Brown to face the opposition after his worst week since moving into Number...

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