prime minister, Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown is the current Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister of Great Britain is a Scot Gordon Brown. The First Minister,head of the devolved government is Alex Salmond.
Yes - the current Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is David Cameron. Gordon Brown resigned on May 11, 2010.
Gordon Brown is the current British Prime Minister but that may change after the election in May.
The head of the Government is the Prime Minister. The name of the current Prime Minister David Cameron, who succeeded Gordon Brown in 2010.
Gordon Brown was the British Prime Minister until the 11th of May 2010. David Cameron was Prime Minister for the rest of the year.
The person who rules England today is the Prime Minister Gordon Brown.England is a a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and is a constitutional monarchy. The current leader of the parliament is Gordon Brown (as of 2009). The leader of the government is called the Prime Minister.
The Ruler of Great Britain was Her Majesty Queen Elizibeth II. The country was run on her behalf by her government and the Prime Minister (who was Tony Blair followed by Gordon Brown during this year)
Yes, David Cameron became PM of Great Britain on May 11, 2010 after Gordon Brown resigned.
The Head of State is Queen Elizabeth II and the Head of Government is the Prime Minister James Gordon Brown. The Queen is head of state of the United Kingdom and the head of government in the UK is Gordon Brown. There is no-one in charge of Great Britain because it is not a country, only part of the UK.
The conservative Prime Minister of Great Britain. He is the youngest PM in British history and took power May 11, 2010 after Gordon Brown resigned.
Because David Cameron gave him a blowjob to resign
Scotland has no Prime Minister, since it is part of Great Britain, which is part of the United Kingdom, whose PM is now Mr. Gordon Brown. If you mean First Minister, as of May 2007 it was Alex Salmond of the SNP, before him it was Jack McConnell of Scottish Labour
The current British Prime Minister is not a question. Seeing as Great Britain is made up for four different countries. The PM for England is Gordon Brown. The PM for Scotland is Alex Salmond.
The first minister of Scotland is different from the Prime Minister. As Scotland is technically not it's own nation, it's ruled under the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the title "Prime Minister" goes to Gordon Brown. Donald Dewar became what is officially known as the First Minister in Scotland in 1999.
A Prime Minister who was never elected - and will go down as the PM at the helm when the Great Recession hit the world
Great Britain is a constitutional monarch and a liberal democracy. and yes, Gordon Brown is the current Prime Minster in the Labour Party. Correction - Britain currently has a coalition government consisting of the Conservative and Liberal-Democrat parties. The leader of the Conservatives, David Cameron, is the Prime Minister.
No, he was Prime Minister of Great Britain.
Gordon Brown was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 2008.Gordon Brown was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2007 June 27 to 2010 May 11 as leader of the Labour Party. He had taken power of the Labour party in 2007 after former Prime Minister Tony Blair resigned, due to low approval ratings in part due to the Iraq War. Gordon Brown went on to resign as Prime Minister and leader of the Labour party in May 2010 after Labour did not win the general election.The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland contains England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, which each have First Ministers, excepting England.
Gordon Brown was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom before David Cameron. He served as Prime Minister from June 2007 until he resigned in May 2010.