Gordon Brown Set to Step Down as Labour Party Leader

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced that he is set to step down as Labour Party leader by September. This shocking announcement comes in the wake of last Thursday's elections which saw the Conservative Party win the most seats, but not the majority.

Now both the Labour and Conservative Parties are vying for the support of the Liberal Democrats to try and form a government. BBC reporter, Rob Watson has the details as this story continues to unfold.


Robert Watson

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