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  1. 3 giorni fa · Uh-oh, Gordon Brown wants to talk about my bed linen. “If you stay in a hotel, the laundry is usually not owned by the hotel. It’s rented from a laundry company.”. The pillowcases and sheets ...

  2. 3 giorni fa · Mr Brown told the FT it would be a “challenge” to defeat the Yes campaign now. “You’ve got to put a positive argument. You can’t just say the SNP have failed, therefore independence is ...

  3. 3 giorni fa · GORDON Brown has admitted that the independence campaign is stronger than Unionism. In a major intervention in the constitutional debate, the former Labour prime minister warned Unionists of the need for a “positive argument” if they wanted to keep the United Kingdom together. It is a significant admission from Brown, who was instrumental ...

  4. 1 giorno fa · Idles on missing Gordon Brown, and sobering up: ‘Our old lyrics were not the words of a healthy man’. Annabel Nugent. Wed, 17 April 2024, 1:42 am GMT-4 · 12-min read. The sound of strength in numbers: Idles, front left to right: Jon Beavis, Mark Bowen, Joe Talbot, Adam Devonshire, Lee Kiernan (Daniel Topete)

  5. 2 giorni fa · Gordon Brown isn’t always wrong. Politics Notebook #17: The Union is in trouble, however much some of its partisans would rather pretend otherwise. Speaking to the Financial Times, Gordon Brown pronounces: In the long run, the forces pulling Britain apart are greater than the forces holding it together, unless something is done about it.

  6. 2 giorni fa · LONDON ― Andrew Bailey should be sacked as governor of the Bank of England and a politician should be put in charge of setting monetary policy instead, former U.K. Prime Minister Liz Truss argued. Interest-rate setting is a “political decision” and “should be in political hands,” Truss told LBC Radio in an interview to be broadcast later.

  7. 2 giorni fa · Gordon Brown admits independen­ce campaign is ‘greater than’ Unionism The “Clunking Fist” has finally had to admit the Union is doomed in its current form – well, that is refreshing. Now, Gordon, accept the inevitable and get behind Scottish independen­ce – you know it makes sense.