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Full text: Gordon Brown’s speech on the Labour leadership

By Prospect Team  

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown during his "power for a purpose" speech at the Royal Festival Hall in London. © John Stillwell/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Today, Gordon Brown made a speech on the Labour leadership race, aimed at persuading the party to elect a leader who could win power, and thus deliver on Labour values in practice, not in theory. He endorsed no candidate and did not…

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