Cowell calls for politics X Factor | Gossip Blender

Sunday, 29. November 2009

Simon Cowell To Take On Politics ? Leading politicians want Simon Cowell to move into politics .The ‘X Factor’ judge – who has been invited to dine with Prime Minister Gordon Brown and has already met with leader.

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Politics Summary: Thursday, November 12th | Left Foot Forward

Thursday, 12. November 2009

Gordon Brown will make a major speech today on immigration.

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'Lettergate' reveals the illiteracy of British politics | spiked

Wednesday, 11. November 2009

The controversy over Gordon Brown’s badly written, misspelled letter to the mother of a soldier killed in Afghanistan might just be the perfect metaphor for the dumbed-down nature of contemporary British politics . …

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Politics Summary: Thursday, October 29th | Left Foot Forward

Thursday, 29. October 2009

Sign up to receive this Political Summary every morning in your inbox by 9am. Gordon Brown told the House of Commons: If Tony Blair comes forward as a.

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Simon Cowell to enter politics?

Monday, 26. October 2009

LONDON – Simon Cowell is being wooed by the likes of British PM Gordon Brown and Conservative Party leader David Cameron for getting into politics .

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British politics | Prime Minister Gordon Brown

Saturday, 24. October 2009

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown this week was unable to answer multiple questions about which kind of biscuits he preferred The incident has prompted Gordon Brown s critics to ask what kind of leader he is given the fact that he is …

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Douglas Carswell MP: Gordon Brown could act to clean up politics today

Tuesday, 13. October 2009

Gordon Brown could act to clean up politics today.

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