Gordon state

Philpott, John
June 2007
People Management;6/28/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 13, p19
The author reflects on the role of Gordon Brown as the new prime minister of Great Britain. He believes that Brown will have to balance the requirements of his long-term policy vision against the short-term political imperative of securing a fourth term Labor government. He adds that although Brown's values are on Labor tradition, this would not mean a more leftist agenda. He believes that employment relations in the public service could be a feature of Brown's premiership.


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