Tony Travers

Professor of Politics, London School of Economics

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Professor of Politics at the London School of Economics

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The Liberal Democrats Leaning Conservative

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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.

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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.

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