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Reactions to Britain's political landscape change

05-12-2010 13:33 BJT Special Report: Britain General Election |

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Reactions to Britain's political landscape change is mixed, with Conservative leader David Cameron becoming the new prime minister after Gordon Brown resigned from office.

Hundreds of onlookers crowded the gates of Downing Street to watch, as Prime Minister Gordon Brown's car drove out.

Feelings were mixed.

London Resident, said, "I think it is sad, I think the prime minister has been very dignified. I think it is sad he is going and that is what I have to say."

London Resident, said, "In a way it's encouraging that there will be a fresh government but I must say a very emotional speech from Gordon and best of luck to him in whatever he does next."

London Resident, said, "I think it is brilliant!"

Q: Why?

"I just do, get Gordon Brown out and David Cameron in. It's excellent."

Lord Peter Mandelson, former Business Secretary, also left his last word.

Lord Peter Mandelson, former Business Secretary, said, "Are you sad to be leaving Lord Mandelson?" "Very proud of what the Labor government has done."

Brown's departure follows three successive election victories for his center-left Labour Party.


Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source:

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