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Gordon Brown’s Hours as Prime Minister Are Numbered

May 11, 2010

Gordon Brown announced yesterday that he would step down as Prime Minister and as leader of the Labour Party by the Labour Party conference in August.  During the announcement, he also stated that his Labour Party was in talks with Nick Clegg’s Liberal Democrats about forming what a coalition based on what he called Britain’s [...]

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What’s a Clegg to Do?

May 7, 2010

With no party securing a majority in yesterday’s election, Nick Clegg’s Liberal Democrat Party now has the power to sweep David Cameron into Downing Street or to prop up the Labour government that soundly rejected at the polls.  Earlier today, Clegg stated that the Conservatives had the right to try and form a government.  Cameron [...]

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British Voters Deliver a Hung Parliament

May 7, 2010

The British people went to the polls yesterday and the results are in.  Prime Minster Gordon Brown’s Labour Party has lost its majority in the House of Commons.  Unfortunately, the British people did not give any single party a majority of seats and the country will now have a hung Parliament.  David Cameron’s Conservative Party [...]

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Prospect of Hung Parliament Looms in the UK

January 4, 2010

The next British General Election is going to be held no later than May.  David Cameron’s Conservative Party has held a commanding lead in the polls ever since Gordon Brown chickened out and decided against calling a snap election in 2007.  In recent months however, Gordon Brown’s Labour Party has slightly narrowed the gap, causing [...]

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