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Gordon Brown paints a tragic picture of himself in this extract from his memoirs, 'My Life, Our Times', which deals with the breakdown of his long friendship with Tony Blair. Complete bollix, of course, because it conveniently ignores Gordon's own behaviour after Tony Blair became Labour leader, for example: his inability to move on, his resentment and huge sense of entitlement over the leadership, his volcanic temper and the fact that, ultimately, Gordon was temperamentally unsuited to the top job.
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