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Gordon Brown's masterstroke

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I got back from Wiltshire all ready to write abut what a masterstroke I thought Gordon Brown has pulled off bringing back Peter Mandelson (clever politics and good substance given that Peter was a very well respected Secretary of State in his previous tenure at DTI and now has all his European experience).

I got back from Wiltshire all ready to write abut what a masterstroke I thought Gordon Brown has pulled off bringing back Peter Mandelson (clever politics and good substance given that Peter was a very well respected Secretary of State in his previous tenure at DTI and now has all his European experience).

But in my inbox was this incredibly moving short film. I don’t usually circulate things like this but I thought others should see it too. Just go to http://www.xdrtb.org/

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