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PM’s agenda for a new politics

The Prime Minister has delivered a speech setting out the next steps in the Government’s programme of constitutional and parliamentary reform.

Gordon Brown said he believes there is an urgent need for politicians on all sides to reconnect with people, and to make significant changes to both national and local government.

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Monday 1 February 2010

Website traffic for January 2010

Number 10 has released its monthly update on website traffic.

Monday 1 February 2010

PM’s letter sets out way forward on climate change

The Prime Minister has written a letter to the chair of the Liaison Committee, Dr Alan Williams MP, setting out the way forward on climate change after Copenhagen.

Saturday 30 January 2010

Investment in Britain’s future to continue - PM

The Prime Minister has said the Government will continue to invest “willingly and whole-heartedly” in Britain’s future, as the country moves out of recession.

Saturday 30 January 2010

Poetry Live for Haiti

Gordon Brown has spoken at the Poetry Live For Haiti event in London’s Central Hall, which was held to raise money for victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Thursday 28 January 2010

London Conference on Afghanistan

The Prime Minister has said the London Conference on Afghanistan marks a “decisive” step towards Afghans taking control of their own security.

Wednesday 27 January 2010

PM’s message on Holocaust Memorial Day

The Prime Minister has released a message to mark Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January 2010.

Wednesday 27 January 2010

Bob Ainsworth webchat

Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth answered questions on the UK’s strategic aim for Afghanistan and how to build the future capability of the Afghan National Security Forces.

Wednesday 27 January 2010

Progress made toward NI agreement - PM

The Prime Minister has said that discussions in Northern Ireland have established a “pathway” for a future agreement.


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