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Majority in British poll say Brown unfit to lead

Finance minister Gordon Brown, overwhelming favorite to succeed Tony Blair as prime minister, suffered a blow on Sunday when an opinion poll showed more than half of Britons thought he was unfit to lead the country. In another setback for Brown, a newspaper said there was growing pressure for another member of the cabinet to challenge the Chancellor of the Exchequer for the leadership of the Labour Party when Blair steps down. Blair is widely expected to quit in June or July after a decade in office. With no serious challenger yet emerging, Brown has been seen as a virtually automatic choice to succeed Blair as party leader and prime minister. Full Story

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