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Gordon Brown long-running feud with Tony Blair was one of Westminster's worst kept secrets for years, but for the most part, in public at least, the big beasts of the New Labour jungle managed to rub along together. Unlike the new UKIP leader Diane James who seems more than prepared to share her distaste at the prospect of an embrace and a kiss on the cheek from her predecessor, Nigel Farage.
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