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Gordon Brown says people not at ease with country

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Gordon Brown says people not at ease with country

Gordon Brown says people not at ease with country

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has claimed that despite the Conservative Party holding a majority of 80 seats in the House of Commons, people are not at ease with the country.

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