Informa has announced plans to move its tax domicile back to Britain after five years in Switzerland — news that will help Chancellor George Osborne’s efforts to make the UK more tax-friendly.
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Monday 11 April 2011
Gordon Brown has admitted he made a "big mistake" on financial regulation before the banking crisis that plunged Britain into recession.
Sunday 14 November 2010
The CBI has challenged a coalition proposal to introduce onerous social and environmental reporting standards on quoted firms.
Monday 01 November 2010
Gordon Brown will return to the political fray today when he delivers his first speech in the House of Commons since Labour's general election defeat almost six months ago.
Sunday 31 October 2010
Gordon Brown will signal his return to the political fray tomorrow by making his first Commons speech since leaving Downing Street.
Wednesday 13 October 2010
A Labour candidate who described Gordon Brown as the "worst Prime Minister" in the run-up to the General Election apologised today.
Whatever It Takes: The Real Story of Gordon Brown and New Labour, By Steve Richards<br />Decline & Fall: Diaries 2005-2010, By Chris Mullin
Friday 01 October 2010
Ed Miliband's victory in the fraternal dogfight for New Labour's tarnished inheritance makes Steve Richards's re-evaluation of Gordon Brown peculiarly timely. The contest itself was a perfect epitaph for New Labour. While the Blair-Brown duopoly dominated the party for 16 years, they left no space below them for potential successors to develop. Other ministers came and went, but no one else ever counted.
Thursday 16 September 2010
Gordon Brown "trimmed and fudged" his political message in an attempt to keep powerful newspapers onside, Labour leadership contender Ed Balls said today.
Tuesday 14 September 2010
Gordon Brown will travel to the US next week to address students at Harvard after being named a visiting fellow at its Institute of Politics, the prestigious university said today.
Thursday 02 September 2010
Reading Tony Blair's memoirs, there are a few episodes that have me scratching my head and thinking, "Is that really how it was?" For example, in the early years he tells us that "the broad framework on the economy, never mind anything else, was set by me" – i.e. that Gordon was the engine driver but Tony built the train and decided which direction the tracks should go in. But it certainly didn't feel like that inside 10 Downing Street as we struggled day in, day out, to work out what the Chancellor planned to do in his next Budget.
Friday 13 August 2010
Tuesday 27 July 2010
Of the many confidences broken by Peter Mandelson in his The Third Man, perhaps the most striking is this quotation from a note from Cherie Blair after his first resignation, in which “the engine of my destruction was Gordon Brown”, from the Cabinet in December 1998
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