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Prime Minister Gordon Brown declared that the world can 'work together' to achieve agreements at the London Summit on 2 April on the policies needed to build economic recovery.

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The world can work together

Prime Minister Gordon Brown declared that the world can 'work together' to achieve agreements at the London Summit on 2 April on the policies needed to build economic recovery.

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Foreign policy in a recession: making multilateralism work

Speaking at a conference in London, the Foreign Secretary said: 'the economic crisis will shape foreign policy in the second decade of the millennium in as deep a way as September 11th shaped the first.'


Home Office launches new counter terrorism strategy

On Tuesday 24 March the Home Office launched its new strategy for countering international terrorism building on the successes of the existing policy.


'Europe has agreed its economic aims ahead of the London Summit'

Gordon Brown commented on the outcomes of the Spring European Council meeting during a statement in the House of Commons on Monday 23 March.


British pensioners living in Spain

British Ambassador to Spain, Denise Holt, was interviewed on BBC Breakfast about help for British pensioners living in Spain.


'Last flurry of effort' ahead of the G20 London Summit

With just over one week until the G20 London Summit, Lord Malloch-Brown was interviewed in the Andrew Marr show on 22 March 2009.


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