July 25, 2014

Gordon Brown May Be the UK's Last Hope

John McTernan, The Scotsman

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History is rarely about the actions of a single person, but sometimes it is. Few believe that there would have ever been an independence referendum without Alex Salmond’s leadership of the SNP. But to every irresistible force there comes an immovable object. In the referendum debate that is Gordon Brown -- Labour’s, Scotland’s and the UK’s greatest champion and greatest hope.

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