Alistair Macdonald

British Politics and Economy Correspondent, Wall Street Journal

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British politics and economy correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

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"The government is collapsing before the country's eyes." Those are the words of Britain's Conservative Party leader David Cameron, taunting Prime Minister Gordon Brown in Parliament.

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"The government is collapsing before the country's eyes." Those are the words of Britain's Conservative Party leader David Cameron, taunting Prime Minister Gordon Brown in Parliament.

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