Gordon Brown Resigns, David Cameron To Become Prime Minister Of Britain

May 11, 2010


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One Response to “Gordon Brown Resigns, David Cameron To Become Prime Minister Of Britain”

  1. Answerd Ramcharan on May 11th, 2010 4:46 pm

    As a oerson in the Political field , I must say I admired Mr Gordon Brown …not as Prime Minister but as a financial person in the exchequer. I dont believe he had the flair of a Tony Blair, and he caused much concerns to the nations such as those that helped Briton during ,and after, the wars.
    Britain now have more immigrants comming from ,non traditional” sources which is causing much friction. Countries such as Jamaica and the rest of the West Indies need to get a better deal in terms of immigration, even if qualification plays the lead role in selection.
    I hop the new Prime Minister ,Mr David Cameron, will take heed and move swiftly to heal the wounds.
    Other wounds which are haunting Mr Brown is the wars in Iraq and that in Afghanistan which I believe are wrong and unneccessary, and could have been dealt with differently.

    Answerd Ramcharan.

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