A Thomson Reuters Newsmaker with Gordon Brown

March 9, 2010
With a general election just weeks away, Prime Minister Gordon Brown will join us for a Thomson Reuters Newsmaker on Wednesday March 10, during which he will give a speech on the UK economy. The latest opinion polls indicate Britain is heading for a hung parliament after an election expected on May 6. A YouGov poll for the Sun newspaper puts David Cameron’s Conservatives five points ahead of Brown’s Labour Party with 39 percent of the vote, a result which could leave Labour as the largest party in parliament but short of an overall majority.

You can follow our minute-by-minute updates, watch a live stream of the PM’s speech and send us your comments during the event, all via our live blog. Live coverage will start at 0830 GMT — join us then.

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