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If Jeremy Corbyn stays Theresa May can win a snap election writes MICHAEL DUGHER MP

Daily Mail - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
Gordon Brown's failure to call an early General Election back in 2007, when he was riding high after a buoyant start to his premiership, was arguably the biggest political blunder in living memory.

Debacle in Baltimore: Prosecutors, part of the problem, struggle with solutions

Salon - ‎7 hours ago‎
Gordon is a supporter of the Gray prosecutions but, in a follow up email, believes that the prosecution of Bullock was intended to “neutralize the effects of some of the reactions” to them and stifle street protest.
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Why Prime Minister May has been a surprise (blog) - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
... on Brexit that are facing her. 'There are lots of big decisions to come. But because they haven't been made yet, everyone is on side' warns one Minister.

James Forsyth Theresa May is settling in for a long innings at Downing Street

The Sun - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
What we can say, though, is that May is relishing the job, rather than being consumed by it in the way that Gordon Brown was.

Saturday Scoreboard: Horse Racing, baseball, golf

Great Falls Tribune - ‎17 hours ago‎
DD: $31.00. EX: $188.70. QU: $202.50. TRI: $1,767.60. Jockey: Prado. Trainer: Brown. Time: 1:05.20. 3rd Race: Quarter Horse Allowance.

Remembering a fallen local hero

The Recorder - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
The 13th Sgt. Gregory Belanger Memorial Dinner is scheduled for Aug. 20 at the South Deerfield Polish Club on South Main Street. Belanger grew up in the Wapping section of Deerfield and was a captain on Don Gordon's Frontier Regional School wrestling ...
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Is there life after being PM?

The Courier - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
Margaret Thatcher cried and Gordon Brown, walking from Downing Street with his young sons, was a study in poignancy. ... Churchill had hero-like status, while Cameron, though not hated as much as other recent ex PMs, is hardly in the same mould. But if ...

'Pint-sized hero' Alfie meets former Para at Parliament

Gazette - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
... to fame when he became the youngest Help for Heroes fundraiser when he was aged just one. As a 16-month old, he walked one mile unaided and raised £1,000 for the soldiers' charity and was name-checked by Prince Harry and then-PM Gordon Brown.
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Labour challenger faces renewed scrutiny

Financial Times - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
His son shares that fascination with Bevan, the architect of the National Health Service, citing him as his hero during his launch event on Sunday in Pontypridd.
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Theresa May's first pledge as PM was for a 'one-nation Britain'. Can she deliver?

The Guardian - ‎Jul 16, 2016‎
Most prime ministers - even those whose tenures are judged by historians to have been failures, such as Gordon Brown and before him John Major - have enjoyed honeymoon periods of months or years.

Stocks and sport: sponsorship a kiss of death for small caps

The Australian - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
The uber-struggling Slater & Gordon (SGH) backs Greater Western Sydney and Western Bulldogs (as well as NRL's Brisbane Broncos, the Australian Olympic Committee and the A-League's Newcastle Jets).

Five biggest fan gripes from the Scottish football weekend

Scotsman - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
Paul Hartley's decision to inform Gary Harkins that he was no longer part of the first-team picture at Dundee was never going to go down easily with the Dens Park support, who long ago bestowed cult-hero status on the mercurial midfield playmaker. The ...

Friday's Montana Scoreboard: State Fair Race Meet Overnights

Great Falls Tribune - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
4 My Hero…126 Samuels. 5 Bow Echo…126 Prado. 6 Tea Party Campaign…126 Gamez. 7 Rupert…126 Ramirez. 8th Race: Bill Watson/hal Snippen Memorial Claiming $2,500.

Football365's top ten late starters - ‎Jul 18, 2016‎
A young footballer leaving West London to go on loan to a European club might be an embarrassingly frequent occurrence now, but years before Izzy Brown, Lewis Baker, Andreas Christensen and Tomas Kalas were even born, Ferdinand was making the move ...
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Theresa May: race to become PM becomes race to enter No 10

The Guardian - ‎Jul 11, 2016‎
A period of transition is not without recent precedent. Gordon Brown prided himself on a stable and orderly transition of the premiership from Tony Blair to himself in 2007, and despite the surprising foreshortening of the Tory leadership contest ...
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PMQs is a bear pit – but Cameron just about managed to tame it

The Guardian - ‎Jul 13, 2016‎
Others were quick to dub it his “Flashman” side in honour of the Victorian villain of Tom Brown's Schooldays, later the hero of George MacDonald Fraser's novels, who roasted young Tom over a fire. Teased by Jeremy Corbyn over his mother's support for ...
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Inside Theresa May's office: late nights with a tight team

Financial Times - ‎Jul 12, 2016‎
Mrs May's tendency to work with a small team, her late nights spent with red boxes and her lack of trust in cabinet colleagues has drawn inevitable comparisons with Gordon Brown's political style. The home secretary also shares Mr Brown's willingness ...
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Theresa May's treatment of Labour will tell us all we need to know about her leadership style

The Independent - ‎Jul 12, 2016‎
Perhaps she pictures herself as Geoffrey Boycott, such an unlikely childhood hero for a middle class Sussex gal, walking to the crease with England following on in Jamaica against the most fearsome fast bowling attack ever assembled.
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Rumour Mill: Rangers eye Joe Dodoo | Jerry St. Juste to Celtic? | Mark Oxley exits Hibs

Scotsman - ‎Jul 14, 2016‎
MARK Oxley has completed his move from Hibernian to Southend, teaming up with former boss Phil Brown. Oxley joined Hibs initially on loan, before signing a permanent deal - but lost his place to unlikely hero Conrad Logan towards the end of the 2015/16 ...
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The David Cameron Show

The New Yorker - ‎Jul 14, 2016‎
And it identified a hero—David Cameron, a twenty-four-year-old researcher at the Conservative Central Office, and the latest adviser recruited to help Major with Prime Minister's Questions.