Brown should show us the way on euro
- 'Blair keeps alive hopes of early euro referendum' // New Statesman;6/16/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4642, p39
Refutes a headline used to cover the euro question in Great Britain. Source of the headline; Coverage of a speech by economic advisor Ed Balls; Dispute between Prime Minister Tony Blair and Chancellor Gordon Brown.
- "Swedish euro vote won't change UK policy". // New Statesman;9/22/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4656, p37
Comments on the Swedish euro referendum and how it could affect policy in Great Britain. Reason that Prime Minister Tony Blair told the "Sun" that he favored joining the single currency; Why Gordon Brown thinks a euro referendum will lose.
- "Minister says euro rejection will scare investors". Whelan, Charlie // New Statesman;5/26/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4639, p39
Offers observations on press coverage of a dispute between British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Chancellor Gordon Brown. Their divergent views on euro adoption; Possibility that the 'London Times' is pro-euro.
- Opinion Not so golden Brown. Ashley, Jackie // Public Finance;10/19/2001, p5
Focuses on the hard times of Treasury Chancellor Gordon Brown in Great Britain. Leadership of the chancellor; Problem of the chancellor with the Commons; Issues faced at the candidacy of the chancellor as the next prime minister.
- The chancellors' challenge. Riddell, Peter // Public Finance;10/3/2003, p4
Focuses on British Chancellor Gordon Brown's speech given to the Labour conference. Comparison with the speech by Prime Minister Tony Blair; Political ambition of Brown; Political vision.
- 'Blair to sack Brown over euro' // New Statesman;4/21/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4634, p37
Criticizes former minister Peter Mandelson's views on the euro question. His BBC Radio appearance to discuss the issue; Relations between Mandelson and chancellor of the exchequer Gordon Brown; Possibility that he made these remarks in order to strain relations between Brown and Prime Minister...
- The final bout. Kampfner, John // New Statesman;5/19/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4638, p8
Focuses on a dispute between British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Chancellor John Brown over the euro issue. Progress of economic tests set to determine whether or not Britain needs the euro; Relations between Brown and Blair; Status of Blair among Labour Party members; Possibility that Brown's...
- War will settle at last the great rivalry between Blair and Brown. A victorious PM could even do the unthinkable and offer Brown the Foreign Office, which he would have to refuse. Kamfner, John // New Statesman;3/10/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4628, p8
Offers observations on the rivalry between British Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown and Prime Minister Tony Blair. Imminent war with Iraq, and its political effect on Blair's future; Possibility that Blair, if successful in Iraq, will offer Brown the office of Foreign Secretary, which...
- Heir apparent. Thatcher, Mike // Public Finance;6/1/2007, p4
The article discusses the need for upcoming British Labor Party leader Gordon Brown, to move away from the administrative policy of his predecessor Tony Blair, which emphasized choice and diversity of provider. According to the author, Brown should adopt the proposal to empower select committees...