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Brown to reassure Labour over election victory

Gordon Brown will reassure the Labour party today that a fourth election victory is still a possibility, despite the latest opinion polls that show the Conservatives have a 10-point lead.

According to press reports the Prime Minister will appear before the Parliamentary Labour Party in an attempt to rally support after members of his party questioned his leadership last week.

He will say: “We cannot and will not fight the election on small ideas but on big ideas.”

On the Conservative party Brown will add: “We can beat them. We must beat them. And we will beat them.”


Jail for Ponzi culprit

Steven Dagworthy, 45 from Danbury, has been jailed for six years for defrauding investors out of more than £3m in a Ponzi scheme. He was disqualified from acting as a company director for 15 years.

India budget: BJP focuses on growth

By Kunal Desai, Head of Indian Equities

With markets kept open on Saturday, finance minister Arun Jaitley delivered a promising budget focused on growth and decentralisation. While many complained about a six-day working week, there was much to be pleased about and the markets rallied in the afternoon to finish in the green.


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  1. Having recently watched the TV drama of Hitler’s last days in the bunker ,you cant help but compare the rantings and raving of our own deluded unelected Brown shirt .

    No doubt his master plan includes legions of satisfied voters who have been won over by his charm, charisma & ability to destroy our economy.

    There was a saying the last time labour was in power and coincidently bankrupted the economy prior to the IMF being called in.
    “Would the last business man to leave the country please switch the lights off”

    After another 5 years of hard labour we wont need to switch the lights off as we will all be using candles.

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