Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Brown Isn’t Down for Count as Polls Converge With U.K. Growth - BusinessWeek

The Conservatives won 198 seats in the 2005 election. They’ll need 326 for a majority. Only twice since World War II has a party gained that many seats in one election. Both times it was Labour -- in 1945 under Clement Attlee and 1997 under Tony Blair.
Brown Isn’t Down for Count as Polls Converge With U.K. Growth - BusinessWeek
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