Gordon Brown to quit as Labour leader


10 May, 2010

Gordon Brown has sensationally revealed he will quit as Labour leader.

In a speech outside 10 Downing Street, the PM said his party will elect a new leader by the time of its next conference in September.

But, he said, he will not stand or back any particular candidates.


via Brown to quit as Labour leader | The Sun |News|Election 2010


Gordon Brown resigns as Labour Leader



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