In 1983, as MP for Dunfermline East and Chair of the Labour Party’s Scottish Council, Mr Brown shared his first office in the House of Commons with Tony Blair and the two became friends. Mr Brown’s maiden speech was on the growing problem of unemployment, when he said: "The chance of a labourer getting a job in my constituency is 150 to 1 against. There is only one vacancy in my local career office for nearly 500 teenagers who have recently left school."
Identified early on by Neil Kinnock as a rising talent, Mr Brown became Shadow Spokesman for Trade and Industry, working with John Smith, and the two formed a close working relationship. When John Smith became leader, he appointed Gordon Brown to be Shadow Chancellor.
After John Smith’s sudden death, Mr Brown continued to be Shadow Chancellor and backed Tony Blair for the leadership of the Labour Party. Working together they won a landslide majority in 1997.
On Sunday June 24, 2007 Tony Blair the New Peace Envoy to Middle East affirmed James Gordon Brown the Latest Prime Minister of
Brown is the lad of a Church of Scotland minister with Social and moral values installed into him at an extremely premature stage as told by Peter Kellner, chairman of YouGov Polls.
Gordon Brown was chosen as Chancellor of the Exchequer on 2 May 1997. He has been the MP for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath since 2005 and was the MP for
Brown was born in 1951 and learned at
From 1976 to 1980, Mr Brown lectured at