Gordon Brown

(b. 1951)

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BROWN, (James) Gordon (born 1951), PC 1996; MP (Lab) Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, since 2005 (Dunfermline East, 1983–2005); Special Envoy for the UN Secretary-General for Global Education, since 2012

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(b. 1951).

Prime Minister (2007–). Born in Kirkcaldy, son of a Church of Scotland minister, Brown attended Edinburgh University, where he read history. Damage to an eye in a sporting ...

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