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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two day visit, to try to forge stronger links with the country through trade and co-operation against terrorism. But the spectre of Northern Rock continues to dominate the tour




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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate his tour. The prime minister denied he's already struck a deal with Sir Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Delhi.

Well Gordon Brown's here in India to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women's empowerment event when he arrived here in Delhi. And a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more international cooperation on counter-terrorism.

What I would like to see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds, isolating extremist ideologues who are trying to poison young people and the views that they have.

Tomorrow Gordon Brown's gonna be talking about what he calls global governance, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council. But he wants a lot else as well. He's talking about a sort of force, a bit like the Blue Berets, the military forces that the United Nations currently deployed to troubled countries. He wants a backup as it were a blue suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when a country is in dire difficulty. But there is another issue that is dogging him around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present, Sir Richard Branson, boss of Virgin. He's been following the prime minister on his tour and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock. This is what the prime minister himself had to say about that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies are expressing interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the government explore all options available to us.

But as I said the prime minister is gonna be talking about the United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he's here in Delhi but his heart and mind are gonna be very much back in London where the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think that he's no longer on the back foot on Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation and that he is not bailing out whoever buys Northern Rock. Will it look like that? Will it sound like that? Will people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson or whoever buys Northern Rock? That will be the key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will be watching from a distance here in Delhi.
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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate his tour. The prime minister denying he's already struck a deal with Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Deli.

Well Gordon Brown here in India to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women's in powerment event when he arrived here in Delhi. And a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more in international cooperation on counter-terrorism.

What I'd like to see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds, isolating extremists’ idea. We are trying to poison young people on the abuse they have.

Tomorrow Gordon Brown's gonna be talking about what he calls global governance, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council. But he wants a lot else as well. He's talking about a sorta force, a bit like the Blue Berries the military forces that the United Nations currently deployed to troubled countries. He wants a backup as it will blow suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when their countries is in dire difficulty. But there is another issue that is dogging him around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present Richard Branson, * Virgin. He's been following the prime minister on his tour and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock. This is what the prime minister himself had said of that today.

I can reinsure people entirely that any negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies with special interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the governments explore all options available to us.

As I said the prime minister is gonna be talking about United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he's here in Delhi but it is hard to mind there gonna be very much back in London where the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think he's no longer on the back foot on Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation and that he is not bailing out who ever buys Northern Rock. We didn't look like that. We didn't sound like that. Well people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson who ever buys Northern Rock. That will be the key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will be watching from a distance here in Delhi.
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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate his tour. The prime minister denied he's already struck a deal with Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Deli.

Well Gordon Brown here in India to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women's in powerment event when he arrived here in Delhi. In a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more international cooperation on counter-terrorism.

What I'd like to see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds, isolating extremists’ idea who try to poison young people and abusethat they have.

Tomorrow Gordon Brown gonna be talking about what he calls global governance, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council. But he wants a lot else as well. He's talking about a sorta force, a bit like the Blue Berries the military forces that the United Nations currently deployed to troubled countries. He wants a backup as it were a blue suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when their countries is in dire difficulty. But there is another issue that is dogging him around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present Richard Branson, * Virgin. He's been following the prime minister on his tour and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock. This is what the prime minister himself had to said about that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies are expressing special interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the governments explore all options available to us.

As I said the prime minister is gonna be talking about United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he's here in Delhi but it is hard to mind there gonna be very much back in London where the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think that he's no longer on the backfoot on Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation and that he is not bailing out who ever buys Northern Rock. We didn't look like that. We didn't sound like that. Well people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson or who ever buys Northern Rock. That will be the key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will be watching from a distance here in Delhi.
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Gordon Brown has arrived in india for a 2 days visit ,plude to forge strong trade links and co -operate against terrorism ,but the fate of norhern rock continue to dominated his tour,.the prime minister denial he is already struck a deal with Richard Branson,our political editoe Gary Gibbon report from Dely.

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what i would to see isbrighter contact between our two countries ,in winning the battle of hearts minds isolating extremist' ideas.we 're trying to poising young people on the abused they have.

tomorrow Gordon Brown will talking about what he calles global governance,changes to institutions like United Nations,he wants india to have a seat on the Security Concil as he wants a lot else as well ,he talking about sort of force a bit like the blue berries the military forces the united nations currently deployed to trouble countries,hewants a back up as if he
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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate his tour. The prime minister denied he's already struck a deal with Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Delhi.

Well Gordon Brown's here in India to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women's empowerment event when he arrived here in Delhi. In a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more international cooperation on counter-terrorism.

What I'd like to see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds, isolating extremists' idea /.../who try to poison young people and abuse that they have.

Tomorrow Gordon Brown's gonna be talking about what he calls global governance, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council. But he wants a lot else as well. He's talking about a sort of force, a bit like the Blue Berries the military forces that the United Nations currently deployed to troubled countries. He wants a backup as it were a blue suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when their countries is in dire difficulty. But there is another issue that is dogging him around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present Sir Richard Branson, boss of Virgin. He's been following the prime minister on his tour and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock. This is what the prime minister himself has said about that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any of the negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies are expressing interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the governments explore all options available to us.

As I said the prime minister is gonna be talking about United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he's here in Delhi but it is hard to mind there's gonna be very much back in London where the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think that he's no longer on the backfoot on Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation and that he is not bailing out whoever buys Northern Rock. Will it look like that? Will it sound like that? Well people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson or whoever buys Northern Rock. That will be the key moment tomorrow Gordon Brown would be watching from a distance here in Delhi.
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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a 2-day visit pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism, but the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate his tour. The prime minister denying he has already struck a deal with Richard Branson , our political editor Gary Given reports from Delhi.

Gorden Brown's here in India to talk about aid ,trade and counter of terrorism, he attended a women's ? event when he arrived here in Dehli. In a short while after that , he had this to say how he wanted more international coorperation on counter-terrorism.

What I would like to see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts of minds isolating extremists' idea who try to poison the young people in the views they have .

Tomorrow Gordon Brown is gonna be talking about what he calls global governmence, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council, but he wants a lot else as well.

He's talking about a sort of force, a bit like the Blue Berries, the military forces that United Nations currently deployed to troubled countries.

He wants a backup as it were a bluesuit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when the countries in dire difficulty. But there's another issue that is dogging him around here and if is in a way personified by the ever present Richard Branson ? virgin.

He has been following the prime minister on this tour and insisting every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock.This is what the prime minister himself had said about that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies are expressing interests in the future of Northern Rock and then it is right the government explore all options available to us.

As I said the prime minister can be talking about United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he's here in Delhi, but he is hard to mind there's gonna be very much back in London when the chanceller will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock.

Prime minister wants people to think that he's no longer on the backfoot of Northern Rock, he's taken a group of situation and he is not bailing out whoever buys Northern Rock.
We didn't look like we didn't sound like that.

People think the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson which whoever buys Northern Rock that will be the key moment tomorrow . Gorden Brown will be watching from a distance here, in Delhi.
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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate his tour. The prime minister denied he's already struck a deal with Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Delhi.

Well Gordon Brown's here in India to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women's empowerment event when he arrived here in Delhi. In a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more international cooperation on counter-terrorism.

What I would like to see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds, isolating extremist ideologues who try to poison young people and the views that they have.

Tomorrow Gordon Brown's gonna be talking about what he calls global governance, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council. But he wants a lot else as well. He's talking about a sorta force, a bit like the Blue Berets the military forces that the United Nations currently deployed to troubled countries. He wants a backup as it were a blue suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when their countries is in dire difficulty. But there is another issue that is dogging him around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present, the Richard Branson, boss of Virgin. He's been following the prime minister on his tour and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock. This is what the prime minister himself has said about that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any of the negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies are expressing / interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the governments explore all options available to us.

As I said the prime minister is gonna be talking about United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he's here in Delhi but it is hard to mind there's gonna be very much back in London where the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think that he's no longer on the back foot on Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation and that he is not bailing out whoever buys Northern Rock. We didn't look like that. We didn't sound like that. Well people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson or who ever buys Northern Rock. That will be the key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will be watching from a distance here in Delhi.


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northern rock (北岩银行) plc is a top 5 UK mortgage lender.

strike a deal : to reach or make an agreement.

a blue suit force结合句子理解: He wants a backup as it were a blue suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when a country is in dire difficulty.
由此可见,blue suit force指的大概是援军、后备力量。想想警察的制服颜色也可以理解。另外,blue coat亦指警察。 --春山
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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate his tour. The prime minister denied he's already struck a deal with Sir Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Delhi.

Well Gordon Brown's here in India to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women's empowerment event when he arrived here in Delhi. And a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more international cooperation on counter-terrorism.

What I would like to see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds, isolating extremist ideologues who's trying to poison young people and the views that they have.

Tomorrow Gordon Brown's gonna be talking about what he calls global governance, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council. But he wants a lot else as well. He's talking about a sorta force, a bit like the Blue Berets the military forces that the United Nations currently deploy/ to troubled countries. He wants a backup as it were a blue suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when a country is in dire difficulty. But there is another issue that is dogging him around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present, Sir Richard Branson, boss of Virgin. He's been following the prime minister on his tour and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock. This is what the prime minister himself had to say about that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any / / negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies are expressing / interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the governments explore all options available to us.

But as I said the prime minister is gonna be talking about the United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he's here in Delhi but his heart and mind are gonna be very much back in London where the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think that he's no longer on the back foot on Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation and that he is not bailing out whoever buys Northern Rock. Will it look like that. Will it sound like that. Will people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson or whoever buys Northern Rock. That will be the key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will be watching from a distance here in Delhi.

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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate his tour. The prime minister denied he's already struck a deal with Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Deli.

Well Gordon Brown here in India to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women's in powerment event when he arrived here in Delhi. And a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more in international cooperation on counter-terrorism.

What I'd like to see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds, isolating extremists’ idea. We are trying to poison young people on the abuse they have.

Tomorrow Gordon Brown's gonna be talking about what he calls global governance, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council. But he wants a lot else as well. He's talking about a sort of force, a bit like the Blue Berries the military forces that the United Nations currently deployed to troubled countries. He wants a backup as it will blow suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when their countries is in dire difficulty. But there is another issue that is dogging him around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present Richard Branson, * Virgin. He's been following the prime minister on his tour and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock. This is what the prime minister himself had said of that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies with special interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the governments explore all options available to us.

As I said the prime minister is gonna be talking about United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he's here in Delhi but it is hard to mind there gonna be very much back in London where the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think he's no longer on the back foot on Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation and that he is not bailing out who ever buys Northern Rock. We didn't look like that. We didn't sound like that. Well people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson who ever buys Northern Rock. That will be the key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will be watching from a distance here in Delhi.
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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism, but the fate of North Rock continues to dominate the tour. The prime minister denied his already struck a deal with Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Dally.

Gordon arrives here, in India, to talk about aid, trade, and counter-terrorism. He attended a women’s empowerment event when he arrives here in Dally. In a short while after that, he had these to say how he wanted more International cooperation on counter- terrorism.

What I would like to see is great contact between our two countries in winning the battle of heart and minds isolating the extreme ideologists who try to poison young people and views they have.

Tomorrow, Gordon Brown gonna be talking what he calls global governments changes to the institutions of the United States. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council, but he wants a lot else as well. He’s talking about sort of false, a bit like Blue Berries, a military forces the United States currently deployed troubled countries. He wants a backup as he wears blue suit forces which includes teacher, judgers, doctors, people would come in when the country is in a dyer difficulty. But there is another issue that he’s talking around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present Sir Richard Branson, boss of Virgin He’s been following the prime minister on this talk and insisting in every turn, there’s no secret negotiations between the tourism when he comes to the sail of Northern Rock. This is what prime minister himself had to say about that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies expressing interest in the future of Northern Rock and then it is right that the government explores all operations available to us.

But as it says the prime minister is gonna be talking about the United Nations matters tomorrow when he’s here in Dally, but his heart of mind is gonna be very much back in London where the chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think about that he’s no longer on the back foot on the Northern Rock, taking a grip of the situation and he is not bailing out whoever buys the Northern Rock. Will it look like that? Will it sound like that? Will people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for good of Richard Branson who ever buys the Northern Rock? That will be a key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will be watching from a distance here in Bally.
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Gordon Brown has arrived in India for a two day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate the tour. The Prime Minister denied he’s already struck a deal with Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Delhi.

Gordon Brown here in India to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women’s empowerment event when he arrived here in Delhi. In a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more international cooperation on counter-terrorism.

What I would like to see is the great contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hears and minds, isolating extremist’s idea alones who try to poison young people and abuse that they have.

Tomorrow Gordon Brown is going to be talking about what he calls global governance, changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council. But he wants a lot else as well. He is taking about the sort of force, a bit like the blue berries, the military forces that the United Nations currently deployed to troubled countries. He wants a backup as well a blue suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who can come in when their countries are in dire difficulty. But there is another issue that is dogging him around here, and it is in a way personified by the ever-president //. He // the prime minister on this tour, and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to the sale of Northern Rock. This is what the prime minister himself had to say about that today.

I can reassure people entirely that any negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies are expressing interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the governments explore all options available to us.

// the prime minister is gonna be talking about United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he’s here in Delhi. But it is hard to mind there are gonna be very much back in London where the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. The Prime Minister wants people to think that he is no longer on the back foot on Northern Rock. He’s taken a grip of the situation and he is not bailing out who ever buys Northern Rock whether it look like that, whether it sound like that. Well people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard Branson or who ever buys Northern Rock. That’ll be the key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will being watching from a distance here in Delhi.
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Gordon Brown has arrived India for a two-day visit, pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism, but the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate this tour. The Prime Minister's denying that he has already struck a deal with Richard Branson. Our political editor Gary Gibbon reports from Delhi.
Gordon Brown is here, in India, to talk about aid, trade and counter-terrorism. He attended a women's empowerment event when he arrives here, in Delhi. In a short while after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more international cooperation on counter-terrorism.
"What I would like see is greater contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds, isolating extremist ideologues who are trying to poison young people in the views that they have."
Tomorrow, Gordon Brown's gonna be talking about what he calls "Global Governance", changes to institutions like United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council, but he wants a lot else as well. He's talking about a sort of force, a bit like blue berets, the military forces that United Nations currently deploy to troubled countries. He wants a backup, as it were blue suit force which could include teachers, judges, doctors, people who could come in when a country is in dire difficulty. But there's another issue that is dogging him around here, and it is in a way personified by the ever-present Sir Richard Branson, boss of Virgin. He's been following the Prime Minister on this tour and insisting at every turn that there are no secret negotiations going on between the two of them when it comes to sale of Northern Rock. This is what the Prime Minister himself had said about that today.
"I can reassure people entirely that any negotiations about Northern Rock will be taking place in London. If a number of commercial companies are expressing interest in the future of Northern Rock, then it is right that the government explore all options available to us."
As I said, the Prime Minister is gonna be talking about United Nations and other matters tomorrow when he is here, in Delhi, but his hearts and mind are gonna be very much back in London when the Chancellor will be making a very important statement about Northern Rock. Prime Minister wants people to think that he's no longer on the back foot of Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation, and he is not bailing out whoever buys Northern Rock. Will it look like that? Will it sound like that? Will people think that the government is actually making a sweatener for Richard Branson, or whoever buys Northern Rock? That will be the key moment tomorrow Gordon Brown would be watching from a distance here, in Delhi.
But there is another issue that is dogging him around here and it is in a way personified by the ever-present Sir Richard Branson, boss of Virgin
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he's no longer on the back foot of Northern Rock, he's taken a grip of the situation, and he is not bailing out whoever buys Northern Rock. Will it look like that? Will it sound like that? Will people think that the government is actually making a sweatener for Richard Branson, or whoever buys Northern Rock?
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Gordon Brown is arriving in India for a 2-day visit pledging to forge stronger trade links and cooperate against terrorism. But the fate of Northern Rock continues to dominate tour. The Prime Minister denied he’s already struck deal with Richey B. Our political editor G G reports from Delhi.

Gordon Brown here in India talked about aid, trade and counter terrorism. He attended women’s empowerment event when he arrives here in Delhi and so well as after that, he had this to say about how he wanted more international cooperation on counter terrorism.

“What I would like to see is great contact between our two countries in winning the battle of hearts and minds isolating extremist ideologues to try to poison young people the views they have.”

Tomorrow Gordon Brown is gonna be talking what he calls global government changing to institutions that United Nations. He wants India to have a seat on the Security Council but he wants a lot as well. He’s talking about a sort of force, a bit like be blue *, military forces that United Nations currently deploy to trouble countries. He wants a backup as it was blue suit force which could include teachers, judgers, doctors, people who can coming in when the country is in dire difficulty.

But there is another issue that he * around here and it is in the way personify but the ever-presents Sir Richard B, boss of virgin. He ‘s been following the Prime Minister on his tour and insisting a day-return that there is no secret negotiation going on between the 2 of them when he comes to the sail of northern Rock. This is what be prime himself and say about that today.

“I can reassure people entirely that any negotiations about northern Rock will be taken place in London. If a number of commercial companies reach special interests in the future of northern Rock and then it is the right that the government explore all options available to us.”

* the prime minister is gonna be talking about the United Nations on no matter tomorrow when he’s here in Delhi. But he’s heart and mind is gonna very much back in London where the chancellor will be making a very important statement about northern Rock. The prime minister wants people to think that he’s no longer on the back foot of the northern Rock, has taken a grip of situations and he is not bailing out whoever buy the northern Rock, which it looks like that it’s a sound like that was people think that the government is actually making a sweetener for Richard B, whoever buys the northern Rock. That will be the key moment tomorrow. Gordon Brown will be watching from a distance here in Delhi.
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