Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown
Leader of the Opposition
In office:

2000 - 2006

Preceded by: John Prescott
Succeded by: David Miliband
Chancellor of the Exchequer
In office:

1992 - 1996

Preceded by: Bryan Gould
Succeded by: Ken Clarke
Secretary of State for Trade and Industry
In office:

1989 - 1992

Preceded by: Bryan Gould
Succeded by: Robin Cook

Febraury 20 1951, Giffnock, Renfrewshire, UK

Died -
Nationality: British
Political party: Labour

Sarah Brown

Children: 3
Alma mater:

University of Edinburgh

Occupation: Politician
Religion: Church of Scotland

Gordon Brown is a british politician who served as Leader of the Labour Party (2000 - 2006)

He was elected MP for Dunfermline East at the 1982 general election. He entered government in 1985 as Trade and Industry minister, and entered cabinet two years later as Chief Secretary to the Treasury. In 1989 he was promoted to Trade and Industry Secretary. Following the resignation of Bryan Gould he became Chancellor fo the Exchequer.

He contested the Labour Party leadership in 1994 and 1996, both times unsuccessfully. In 2000 he did win the leadership.

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