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Brown's Labor Party Faces Losses in Thursday Vote

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Brown's Labor Party Faces Losses in Thursday Vote

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Brown's Labor Party Faces Losses in Thursday Vote

Brown's Labor Party Faces Losses in Thursday Vote

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Many people in Britain saw Prime Minister Gordon Brown as a welcome replacement for Tony Blair, who was deeply unpopular with the public by the time he left office last year. Now, Brown's honeymoon is over. When Britons vote in local elections Thursday, the results are expected to be disastrous for the prime minister's ruling Labor Party.

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