No, Gordon Brown was the Prime Minister of the UK.
Gordon Brown was the prime minister of the UK.
Tony Blair preceded Gordon Brown as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Gordon Brown became Prime Minister of The United Kingdom on 27th June 2007.
Prime Minister James Gordon BROWN since 27 June 2007
prime minister, Gordon Brown
The current Prime Minister - David Cameron.
We do not have Presidents or Vice Presidents in the United Kingdom. We have a Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is Gordon Brown. The Deputy Prime Minister is vacant, Gordon Brown has not appointed anyone.
He was the British Prime Minister.
Gordon Brown was the British Prime Minister before David Cameron.
Gordon Brown is a member of the Labour Party
Brown became Prime Minister in June 2007 and resigned in May 2010.
because he IS
Gordon Brown isn't the Prime Minister of England. He is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.Hence, he is in charge of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
No. Until he lost a general election on 1 May 1997 the Prime Minister was John Major. On 2 May Tony Blair became Prime Minister, with Gordon Brown as Chancellor of the Exchequer (equivalent to other countries' Finance Minister). Gordon Brown took over as Prime Minister on 2 June 2007.
Gordon Brown is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. England does not have a Prime Minister nor its own government. Scotland has its own government and it is led by the First Minister Alex Salmond.
He became Prime Minister on 27th June 2007
As of 8th May, 2011, the previous prime minister is Gordon Brown.
James Gordon Brown was an non-elected Prime Minister of Great Britain who took over from Tony Blair when he stepped down. Gordon Brown was Prime Minister from 27th June 2007 until the general election on 11th May 2010.
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He is no longer Prime Minister.