Cameron Is Entitled to Sue for Breach of Copyright; First Night: Gordon Brown and Wife Sarah at the Guardian Party in Bournemouth. Today His Debut Conference Speech as Leader Got Mixed Reviews
Peter Oborne, Daily Mail "To the innocent ear, Gordon Brown's speechyesterday was full of reassurances to the natural Tory voters whose support hedesperately needs if he is to secure victory in a general election, wheneverthat might be.
"The much-maligned Tory leader (David Cameron) is entitled to sue for breach ofcopyright for this wholesale and flagrant theft of phrases and ideas.
"Most significantly of all, of course, nowhere in this skilful and polishedspeech did the Prime Minister mention a general election.
"But nobody should be in any doubt that yesterday's oration has made theelection more and not less likely. Gordon Brown will now look weak if he …
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Publication information: Article title: Cameron Is Entitled to Sue for Breach of Copyright; First Night: Gordon Brown and Wife Sarah at the Guardian Party in Bournemouth. Today His Debut Conference Speech as Leader Got Mixed Reviews. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Evening Standard (London, England). Publication date: September 25, 2007. Page number: 7. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2007 Gale Group.
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