Britain's Leftist Government Wobbles

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Earlier this week, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown narrowly averted a rebellion within his own Labor Party that would have cost him his job. These days, the party's glory years under Tony Blair seem part of the distant past. How long can Brown hold Labor together? How is party chaos affecting voters at the polls? Tony Travers is Professor of Politics at the London School of Economics.



  • Tony Travers - Professor of Politics, London School of Economics


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