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Brown goes from 'FD to CEO'

Changing of the nation’s guard, as Gordon Brown finally becomes prime minister

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At 2pm today, the prime ministerial reign of
Tony Blair is due to come
to an end as the nation’s longest serving chancellor,
Gordon Brown, becomes
prime minister.

Brown is expected to meet the Queen today, who will formally offer him the
role.

Tony Blair will leave office after his final prime minister’s questions
session and it expected that he will also stand down as an MP.

It is being widely tipped that Trade and Industry secretary
Alistair Darling,
a close ally of Brown, will be named as the next chancellor of the exchequer.

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