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Brown Makes Surprise Visit To Afghanistan


Gordon Brown has visited British troops Afghanistan - just hours after former senior military figures accused the Prime Minister of being disingenuous in the evidence he gave to the Iraq War Inquiry. Sky's Michelle Clifford reports.

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From a grilling on one war to a personal appearance of the heart of another, Gordon Brown touched down in Helmand to meet British troops says the vow about whether he deprive the military of resources raged at home. If he thought this worldwind trip will take the pressure off, he was sadly mistaken. But he proud on with what he came to do. Celebrate the success that was Operation Moshtarak.

I'm here as the Prime Minister to thank our troops, the most important thing I can do is to thank them for the courage, their professionism and their dedication.

But Gordon Brown insisted the mission in Afganistan is far from over. The next phase is to boost Afgan police and army numbers. As he saw recent recruits being pull through their paces in Helmand, he put his money where his mouth is. Pledging to send 150 extra British peace trainers out to Afganistan this year. Seen for himself the damage inflicted by a roadside bomb he pledged an extra 18 million for metal detectors to counter IED (improvised explosive device) attacks.

An unbailed are 100 million-pound programme to replace the controversial snatch vehicles linked to more than 30 deaths here and in Iraq. Welcome news for promises which will be greeted by some with suspision.

This is his 8th visit to the country almost certainly the last before the election. And the timing has inevitably attracted. Accusations or the political stunts of photo opportunity designed to push controversial headlines about resources of the front pages and creat new ones about him as a strong leader supporting his forces.

As he paused to remember those who've lost their lives here came news of another death. A soilder from three riffles was killed in an explosion near _. A reminder for _ of the price being paid for what he's being seen as progress here. A reminder too, that whichever man is assumed as the man to laughed to the election. Afganistan will loom large for years.

Michelle Clifford, sky news, Campe Bastion in Afganistan.
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From a grilling on one war to a personal appearance of the heart of another, Gordon Brown touched down in Helmand to meet British troops says the vow about whether he deprived the military of resources raged at home. If he thought this worldwind trip will take the pressure off, he was sadly mistaken. But he proud on with what he came to do. Celebrate the success that was Operation Moshtarak.

I'm here as the Prime Minister to thank our troops, the most important thing I can do is to thank them for the courage,
and their professionism and their dedication.

But Gordon Brown insisted the mission in
Afghanistan is far from over. The next phase is to boost Afghan police and army numbers. As he saw recent recruits being pulled through their paces in Helmand, he put his money where his mouth is. Pledging to send 150 extra British peace trainers out to Afghanistan this year. Seen for himself the damage inflicted by a roadside bomb he pledged an extra 18 million for metal detectors to counter IED (improvised explosive device) attacks.

An unbailed are 100 million-pound programme to replace the controversial snatch vehicles linked to more than 30 deaths here and in Iraq. Welcome news for promises which will be greeted by some with
suspicion.

This is his 8th visit to the country almost certainly the last before the election. And the timing has inevitably attracted. Accusations or the political stunts of photo opportunity designed to push controversial headlines about resources of the front pages and
create new ones about him as a strong leader supporting his forces.

As he paused to remember those who've lost their lives here came news of another death. A
solider from three riffles was killed in an explosion near Sangin. A reminder for _ of the price being paid for what he's being seen as progress here. A reminder too, that whichever man is assumed as the man to laughed to the election. Afghanistan will loom large for years.

Michelle Clifford, sky news, Campe Bastion in Afganistan.
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From    on one war to a personal appearance of the hot of another, Gordon Brown touched down in Helmand to meet British troops as the row about whether he deprived the military of resources raged at home. If he thought this world-win trip would take the pressure off, he was sadly mistaken. But he prided on what he came to do- celebrate the success that was operation XX. “I am here as a Prime Minister to thank our troops. The most important thing I can do is to thank them for the courage and professionalism and dedication”. Gordon Brown insisted the mission in Afghanistan is far from over. The next phase is to boost Afghan police and army numbers. As this all recent recruit is being put through their paces and Helmand, he put his money where his mouth is, pledging to send 150 extra British peace trainers out to Afghanistan this year. Seen for himself the damage inflicted by roadside bombs, he pledged an extra 18 million for metal detectives to counter RED attacks and unveiled a 100 million-pound program to replace the controversial snatch vehicles linked to more than 30 deaths here and in Iraq. Welcome news for promises which will be greeted by some with suspicion. “This is his 8th visit to the country, almost certainly the last before the election. And the timing has he never  attracted accusations police   and photo opportunity designed to push controversial headlines about resources off the front-pages and create new ones about him as a strong leader supporting his forces. ” As he    to remember those who lost their lives there, here came news of another death. A soldier from three    was killed in an explosion near Sangan, a reminder of woman needed the price being paid for what is being seen as the progress here. A reminder two, which ever   after the election. Afghanistan will loom large for years. Michelle Clifford, Sky news,    in Afghanistan.
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From a grilling on one war to a personal appearance of the heart of another,Gordon Brown touched down in Helmand to meet British troops says the * about whether he deprived the military resources raged at home.If he thought this worldwind trip would take the pressure off,he was sadly mistaken.But he proud on with what he came to do - celebrate the success that war's Operation Moshtarak.

I'm here as a Prime Minister to thank our troops.The most important thing I can do is to thank them for the encourage and the professionism and their delegation.

But Gordon Brown insisted the mission in Afghanistan is far from over.The next phase is to boost Afghan police and army numbers.As he saw recent recruits been put through their paces in Helmand,he put his money where his mouth is,pledging to send 150 extra British peace-trainers out to Afghanistan this year.Seem for himself the damage inflicted by roadside bombs,he pledged an extra $18 million for metal detectors to counter IED attacks,an unbailed a 100 million pound programme to replace the controversial snatch vehicles,linked to more than 30 deaths here and in Iraq.Welcome news for promises which will greeted by some with suspicion.

This is his 8th visit to the country,almost certainly the last before the election.And the timing has inevitably attracted accusations all the political stunt of photo opportunity,designed to push controversial headlines of our resources off the front pages and create new ones about him as a strong leader,supporting his forces.

As he paused to remember those who'd lost their lives here came news of another death.A soldier from 3 rifles was killed in explosion near Sangin.A reminder former needed of the price's been paid for what has been seen as progress here.A reminder,too,that whichever man assumes the man to laugh to the election,Afghanistan will loom large for years.

Michelle Clifford for Sky News, in Afghanistan.

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From a grilling on one war to a personal appearance  of the heart of another,Gordon Brown touched down in Helmand  to meet British troops says the vow about whether he deprived the military of resources raged at home. If he thought this worldwind trip will take the pressure off, he was sadly mistaken. But he proud on with what he came to do. Celebrate  the success that was Operation Moshtarak. I'm here as the  Prime Minister to thank our troops, the most important thing I can do is to thank them for the  courage, and their professionism and their dedication. But Gordon Brown insisted the mission in Afghanistan  is far from over. The next phase is to boost Afghan  police and army numbers. As he saw recent recruits being pulled through their paces in  Helmand, he put his money where his mouth is. Pledging  to send 150 extra British peace trainers out to Afghanistan  this year. Seen for himself the damage inflicted by a  roadside bomb he pledged an extra 18 million for metal detectors to counter IED (improvised explosive device) attacks. An unbailed are 100,000,000 million-pound programme  to replace the controversial snatch vehicles linked to  more than 30 deaths here and in Iraq. Welcome news for promises which will be greeted by some, this with suspicion. This is his 8th visit to the country  almost certainly the last before the election. And  the timing has inevitably attracted. Accusations or the  political stunts of photo opportunity designed to push controversial  headlines about resources  of the front pages and create new ones about him as a  strong leader supporting his forces. As he paused to remember those who've lost their lives here came news of another death. A soldier  from three riffles was killed in an explosion near Sangin. A reminder for of the price being paid for what he's beingseen as  progress here. A reminder too, that whichever man is assumed as  the man to laughed to the election. Afghanistan will loom large for years. Michelle Clifford, sky news, Campe Bastion in Afganistan.
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From a grilling on one war to a personal appearance at the heart of another, Gordon Brown touched down in Helmandto meet Britsh troops as a row about wether he deprived military of resources breached at home. If he thought this worldwind trip will take the pressure off, he will suddenly mistaken.
But he ploughed on what he came to do;celebrate the success that was Operation Monshtarak.

"I'm here as the Prime Minister to thank our troops. The most important thing I can do is to thank them for theircourage, professionalism, and dedication."
Gordon Brown insisted that the mission in Afghanistan is far from over. The next phase is to boost Afghan police and army numbers. As he saw recent recruits have been put through their paces in Helmand, he put his money where his mouth is, pledging to send of 150 extra British peace trainer out to Afghanistan this year. Seeing for himself the damaging inflicted by roadside bomb, he pledged an extra 18 million for metal detectors to counter IED attacks and unveiled a one-hundred-million pound program to replace the controversial Snatch vehicles linked more than thirty deaths here and in Iraq. Welcome use but promises which will be greeted by some with suspicions.
This is the eighth visit to this country and almost certainly he last before the election and the timing has inevitably attracted accusationsover political stunts of photo opportunity designed to push controversial headlines about resources off the front pages and create new ones about him as a strong leader supporting his forces. As he paused to remember those who've lost their lives, here came news of another death. Asoldiers from Three Rifles were killed in an explosion near Sangin. A reminder **the price has been paid for what is been seen in this progress here. A reminder, too, that whichever man is assumed as the man who laugh to the election, Afghanistan will loom large for years.
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From a grilling on one war to a personal appearance of the heart of another, Gordon Brown touched down in Helmand to meet British troops says the vow about whether he deprived military of resources raged at home. If he thought this world wind trip will take the pressure off he was sadly mistaken. But he's proud on with what he came to do--celebrate the success that was Operation Mushtarak.
I am here as the Prime Minister to thank our troops,the most important thing I can do is to thank them for the courage and professionism and dedication.
Gordon Brown insisted the mission in Afghanistan is far from over.The next phase is to boost Afghan police and army numbers.As he saw recent recruits being pulled trough their paces in Helmand he put his money where his mouth is. Pledging to send 150 extra British peace trainers out to Afghanistan this year. Seen for himself the damage inflicted by roadside bombs he pledged an extra 18 million for metal detectors to counter IED attacks. An unbailed are &100 million program to replace the controversial snatch vehicles linked more than 30 deaths here and in Iraq.Welcome news for promises which would be greeted by some with suspicion.
This is his 8th visit to the country almost certainly the last before the election. And timing has inevitably attracted accusations of political stunts of photo opportunity designed to push controversial headlines about resources off the front pages and create new ones about him as a strong leader, supporting his forces.
As he paused to remember those who've lost their lives here came news of another death. A soldier from three rifles was killed in an explosion near Sangin. A reminder forof the price being paid for what he's been seen as progress here. A reminder too, that whichever man is assumed as the man to laughed to the election. Afghanistan will loom large for years.



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From a grilling on one war to a personal appearance of the heart of another, Gordon Brown touched down in Helmand to meet British troops as the row about whether he deprived the military resources raged at home. If he thought this world wind trip will take the pressure off, he was suddenly mistaken. But he plough on with what he came to do, celebrate the success that was Operation Moshtarak.

“I’m here as a prime minister to thank our troops. The most important thing I can do is to thank them for their courage, their professionalism and dedication.”

Gordon Brown insisted the mission in Afghanistan is far from over. The next phase is to boost Afghan police and army numbers. As he saw all recent recruits being put through their paces in Helmand he put his money where his mouth is, Pledging to send 150 extra British peace trainers out to Afghanistan this year.

Seen for himself the damage inflicted by roadside bombs, he pledged an extra 18 million for metal detectors to counter IED attacks. An unveiled 100 million pound program to replace the controversial snatch vehicles linked to more than 30 deaths here and in Iraq. Welcome news but promises which will be greeted by some with suspicion.

“This is his eighth visit to the country, almost certainly the last before the election. And the timing has inevitably attracted accusations over political stunts of photo opportunity, designed to push controversial headlines about resources off the front pages and create new ones about him as a strong leader supporting his forces. ”

As he paused to remember those who’ve lost their lives here came news of another death. A solider from 3 Rifles was killed in an explosion near Sangin. A reminder of women needed of the price been paid for what is being seen as progress here. A reminder too that whichever man assume the mantle after the election, Afghanistan will loom large for years.

Michelle Clifford, sky news. Camp Bastion in Afghanistan.
From a grilling on one war to a personal appearance of the heart of another, Gordon Brown touched down in Helmand to meet British troops says the vow about whether he deprive the military of resources raged at home. If he thought this worldwind trip will take the pressure off, he was sadly mistaken. But he proud on with what he came to do. Celebrate the success that was Operation Moshtarak.

I'm here as the Prime Minister to thank our troops, the most important thing I can do is to thank them for the courage, their professionism and their dedication.

But Gordon Brown insisted the mission in Afganistan is far from over. The next phase is to boost Afgan police and army numbers. As he saw recent recruits being pull through their paces in Helmand, he put his money where his mouth is. Pledging to send 150 extra British peace trainers out to Afganistan this year. Seen for himself the damage inflicted by a roadside bomb he pledged an extra 18 million for metal detectors to counter IED (improvised explosive device) attacks.

An unbailed are 100 million-pound programme to replace the controversial snatch vehicles linked to more than 30 deaths here and in Iraq. Welcome news for promises which will be greeted by some with suspision.

This is his 8th visit to the country almost certainly the last before the election. And the timing has inevitably attracted. Accusations or the political stunts of photo opportunity designed to push controversial headlines about resources of the front pages and creat new ones about him as a strong leader supporting his forces.
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