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USA-ELECTION/TRUMP-SCOTLAND
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June 24, 2016
Former Labour MP and European Commissioner, Peter Mandelson, speaks to the media following the result...
London, United Kingdom
Former Labour MP and European Commissioner, Peter Mandelson, speaks to the media following the result...
Former Labour MP and European Commissioner, Peter Mandelson, speaks to the media following the result of the EU referendum, opposite the Houses of Parliament in central London, Britain June 24, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-BUSINESS/
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October 06, 2015
British politician and former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson participates in a debate on the EU at...
London, United Kingdom
British politician and former Business Secretary Mandelson participates in a debate on the EU at Institute...
British politician and former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson participates in a debate on the EU at the Institute of Directors convention in London, Britain, October 6, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-BUSINESS/
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October 06, 2015
British politicians, former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) and former Chancellor of the Exchequer...
London, United Kingdom
British politicians, former Business Secretary Mandelson and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Lawson...
British politicians, former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson participate in a debate on the EU at the Institute of Directors convention in London, Britain, October 6, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-BUSINESS/
RTS3867
October 06, 2015
British politicians, former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) and former Chancellor of the Exchequer...
London, United Kingdom
British politicians, former Business Secretary Mandelson and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Lawson...
British politicians, former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) and former Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson participate in a debate on the EU at the Institute of Directors convention in London, Britain, October 6, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-POLITICS/MCDONNELL
RTX1SWPB
September 28, 2015
President of international think tank Policy Network, Peter Mandelson (R), attends the annual Labour...
Brighton, United Kingdom
President of international think tank Policy Network, Peter Mandelson, attends the annual Labour Party...
President of international think tank Policy Network, Peter Mandelson (R), attends the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton, Britain September 28, 2015. Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Monday if it won the next election it would force large corporations such as Starbucks, Vodafone, Amazon and Google to pay their "fair share" of taxes to help end austerity policies. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN-POLITICS/MCDONNELL
RTX1SWP3
September 28, 2015
President of international think tank Policy Network, Peter Mandelson, attends the annual Labour Party...
Brighton, United Kingdom
President of international think tank Policy Network, Peter Mandelson, attends the annual Labour Party...
President of international think tank Policy Network, Peter Mandelson, attends the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton, Britain September 28, 2015. Britain's opposition Labour Party said on Monday if it won the next election it would force large corporations such as Starbucks, Vodafone, Amazon and Google to pay their "fair share" of taxes to help end austerity policies. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
EUROZONE-GREECE/
RTX1HB8S
June 19, 2015
Russia's First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov (L) shakes hands with chairman of Global Counsel Peter...
St. Petersburg, Russia
Russia's First Deputy Prime Minister Shuvalov shakes hands with chairman of Global Counsel Mandelson...
Russia's First Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov (L) shakes hands with chairman of Global Counsel Peter Mandelson ahead of a working dinner with Russia's President Vladimir Putin and heads of the largest foreign companies and business associations at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2015 (SPIEF 2015) in St. Petersburg, Russia, June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NIGERIA-POLITICS/
RTX1DVZP
May 21, 2015
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation...
Abuja, Nigeria
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation...
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation of the agent of change" meeting in Abuja, Nigeria May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-POLITICS/
RTX1DVW9
May 21, 2015
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation...
Abuja, Nigeria
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation...
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation of the agent of change" meeting in Abuja, Nigeria May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde


NIGERIA-POLITICS/
RTX1DVW7
May 21, 2015
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation...
Abuja, Nigeria
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation...
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation of the agent of change" meeting in Abuja, Nigeria May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde


NIGERIA-POLITICS/
RTX1DVW6
May 21, 2015
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation...
Abuja, Nigeria
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation...
Former European Union commissioner Peter Mandelson speaks at the 2-day Policy Dialogue on the "Implementation of the agent of change" meeting in Abuja, Nigeria May 20, 2015. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde


RUSSIA-FORUM/
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May 22, 2014
Peter Mandelson, chairman of Global Counsel, attends the opening day of the St. Petersburg International...
St.Petersburg, Russia
Mandelson, chairman of Global Counsel, attends the opening day of the St. Petersburg International Forum...
Peter Mandelson, chairman of Global Counsel, attends the opening day of the St. Petersburg International Forum in St. Petersburg May 22, 2014. Russia's President Vladimir Putin tried on Thursday to warm up relations with foreign investors chilled by the crisis in Ukraine, but many senior executives snubbed him by boycotting the St Petersburg International Economic Forum. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
SUMMIT-EUROPE/BRITAIN
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February 25, 2013
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
London, United Kingdom
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during a Reuters interview in London February 22, 2013. Prime Minister David Cameron risks wrecking Britain's financial centre with his bid to wrest back powers from the European Union ahead of a vote on whether to leave, one of the UK's most influential Europhiles says. Mandelson, once one of Britain's most powerful men, told Reuters Cameron was imperilling the country's future by promising to claw back powers from the EU and to hold an in-out membership referendum by the end of 2017. Photograph taken February 22, 2013. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SUMMIT-EUROPE/BRITAIN
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February 25, 2013
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
London, United Kingdom
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during a Reuters interview in London February 22, 2013. Prime Minister David Cameron risks wrecking Britain's financial centre with his bid to wrest back powers from the European Union ahead of a vote on whether to leave, one of the UK's most influential Europhiles says. Mandelson, once one of Britain's most powerful men, told Reuters Cameron was imperilling the country's future by promising to claw back powers from the EU and to hold an in-out membership referendum by the end of 2017. Photograph taken February 22, 2013. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SUMMIT-EUROPE/BRITAIN
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February 25, 2013
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
London, United Kingdom
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during a Reuters interview in London February 22, 2013. Prime Minister David Cameron risks wrecking Britain's financial centre with his bid to wrest back powers from the European Union ahead of a vote on whether to leave, one of the UK's most influential Europhiles says. Mandelson, once one of Britain's most powerful men, told Reuters Cameron was imperilling the country's future by promising to claw back powers from the EU and to hold an in-out membership referendum by the end of 2017. Photograph taken February 22, 2013. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SUMMIT-EUROPE/BRITAIN
RTR3E9R2
February 25, 2013
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
London, United Kingdom
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during a Reuters interview in London February 22, 2013. Prime Minister David Cameron risks wrecking Britain's financial centre with his bid to wrest back powers from the European Union ahead of a vote on whether to leave, one of the UK's most influential Europhiles says. Mandelson, once one of Britain's most powerful men, told Reuters Cameron was imperilling the country's future by promising to claw back powers from the EU and to hold an in-out membership referendum by the end of 2017. Photograph taken February 22, 2013. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SUMMIT-EUROPE/BRITAIN
RTR3E9R0
February 25, 2013
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
London, United Kingdom
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during a Reuters interview in London February 22, 2013. Prime Minister David Cameron risks wrecking Britain's financial centre with his bid to wrest back powers from the European Union ahead of a vote on whether to leave, one of the UK's most influential Europhiles says. Mandelson, once one of Britain's most powerful men, told Reuters Cameron was imperilling the country's future by promising to claw back powers from the EU and to hold an in-out membership referendum by the end of 2017. Photograph taken February 22, 2013. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SUMMIT-EUROPE/BRITAIN
RTR3E9QY
February 25, 2013
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
London, United Kingdom
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during a Reuters interview in London February 22, 2013. Prime Minister David Cameron risks wrecking Britain's financial centre with his bid to wrest back powers from the European Union ahead of a vote on whether to leave, one of the UK's most influential Europhiles says. Mandelson, once one of Britain's most powerful men, told Reuters Cameron was imperilling the country's future by promising to claw back powers from the EU and to hold an in-out membership referendum by the end of 2017. Photograph taken February 22, 2013. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SUMMIT-EUROPE/BRITAIN
RTR3E9QX
February 25, 2013
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
London, United Kingdom
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during...
Former government minister and EU trade commissioner, Peter Mandelson, poses for a photograph during a Reuters interview in London February 22, 2013. Prime Minister David Cameron risks wrecking Britain's financial centre with his bid to wrest back powers from the European Union ahead of a vote on whether to leave, one of the UK's most influential Europhiles says. Mandelson, once one of Britain's most powerful men, told Reuters Cameron was imperilling the country's future by promising to claw back powers from the EU and to hold an in-out membership referendum by the end of 2017. Photograph taken February 22, 2013. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
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November 02, 2012
Charles Powell (R), a member of the House of Lords, fixes the collar of Britain's Labour Party politician...
London, United Kingdom
Charles Powell, a member of the House of Lords, fixes the collar of Britain's Labour Party politician...
Charles Powell (R), a member of the House of Lords, fixes the collar of Britain's Labour Party politician Peter Mandelson during a business forum at St. James Palace in London November 2, 2012. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-LABOUR/
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July 15, 2010
Britain's former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson poses for photographs with a copy of his autobiography...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's former Business Secretary Mandelson poses for photographs with a copy of his autobiography...
Britain's former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson poses for photographs with a copy of his autobiography "The Third Man: Life at the Heart of New Labour" at a book shop in London July 15, 2010. Britain's Labour Party, ousted from power after 13 years of rule, risks seeing divisions reopened by the publication of Mandelson's memoirs, long at the heart of its internal intrigues. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN
RTR2GFV3
July 15, 2010
Britain's former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson poses for photographs with a copy of his autobiography...
London, United Kingdom
Mandelson poses for photographs with a copy of his autobiography "The Third Man: Life at the Heart of...
Britain's former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson poses for photographs with a copy of his autobiography "The Third Man: Life at the Heart of New Labour", at a book shop in London July 15, 2010. Britain's Labour Party, ousted from power after 13 years of rule, risks seeing divisions reopened by the publication of Mandelson's memoirs, long at the heart of its internal intrigues. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA BUSINESS)
BRITAIN
RTR2GFV2
July 15, 2010
Copies of Britain's former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson's autobiography "The Third Man: Life at...
London, United Kingdom
Copies of Britain's former Business Secretary Mandelson's autobiography "The Third Man: Life at the Heart...
Copies of Britain's former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson's autobiography "The Third Man: Life at the Heart of New Labour", line the shelves at a book shop in London July 15, 2010. Britain's Labour Party, ousted from power after 13 years of rule, risks seeing divisions reopened by the publication of Mandelson's memoirs, long at the heart of its internal intrigues. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY MEDIA)
BRITAIN
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July 15, 2010
Britain's former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson signs copies of his autobiography "The Third Man:...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's former Business Secretary Mandelson signs copies of his autobiography "The Third Man: Life...
Britain's former Business Secretary Peter Mandelson signs copies of his autobiography "The Third Man: Life at the Heart of New Labour", at a book shop in London July 15, 2010. Britain's Labour Party, ousted from power after 13 years of rule, risks seeing divisions reopened by the publication of Mandelson's memoirs, long at the heart of its internal intrigues. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
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May 11, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves 10 Downing Street in London May 11, 2010. Talks to...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson leaves 10 Downing Street in London
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves 10 Downing Street in London May 11, 2010. Talks to form a new British government entered a decisive phase on Tuesday with speculation that the Conservatives were close to clinching a deal with the smaller Liberal Democrats while Labour was being sidelined. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
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May 11, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves 10 Downing Street in London May 11, 2010. Talks to...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson leaves 10 Downing Street in London
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves 10 Downing Street in London May 11, 2010. Talks to form a new British government entered a decisive phase on Tuesday with speculation that the Conservatives were close to clinching a deal with the smaller Liberal Democrats while Labour was being sidelined. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DQLL
May 11, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves the Houses of Parliament in London May 11, 2010....
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson leaves the Houses of Parliament in London
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves the Houses of Parliament in London May 11, 2010. Britain's Liberal Democrats said talks to form a new government had entered a decisive phase on Tuesday, after Labour PM Gordon Brown's dramatic announcement he would step aside to ease a centre-left coalition. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DQLJ
May 11, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson and Lord Adonis leave the Houses of Parliament in London...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson and Lord Adonis leave the Houses of Parliament in London
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson and Lord Adonis leave the Houses of Parliament in London May 11, 2010. Britain's Liberal Democrats said talks to form a new government had entered a decisive phase on Tuesday, after Labour PM Gordon Brown's dramatic announcement he would step aside to ease a centre-left coalition. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DQGZ
May 11, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) walks along Whitehall with Transport Secretary Andrew...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson walks along Whitehall with Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) walks along Whitehall with Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis, in Westminster, central London, May 11, 2010. Britain's Liberal Democrats said talks to form a new government had entered a decisive phase on Tuesday, after Labour PM Brown's dramatic announcement he would step aside to ease a centre-left coalition. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DQGT
May 11, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (L) walks along Whitehall with Transport Secretary Andrew...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson walks along Whitehall with Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (L) walks along Whitehall with Transport Secretary Andrew Adonis, in Westminster, central London, May 11, 2010. Britain's Liberal Democrats said talks to form a new government had entered a decisive phase on Tuesday, after Labour PM Brown's dramatic announcement he would step aside to ease a centre-left coalition. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DQGF
May 11, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) walks along Whitehall with Transport Secretary Lord...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) walks down Whitehall with Transport Secretary Lord Adonis...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) walks along Whitehall with Transport Secretary Lord Adonis, in Westminster, central London, May 11, 2010. Britain's Liberal Democrats said talks to form a new government had entered a decisive phase on Tuesday, after Labour PM Brown's dramatic announcement he would step aside to ease a centre-left coalition. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DPLC
May 10, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves Downing Street after a cabinet meeting in London...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson leaves Downing Street after a cabinet meeting in London
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves Downing Street after a cabinet meeting in London May 10, 2010. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Monday he would step down this year, sacrificing himself to give his Labour Party a chance of forming a government with the smaller Liberal Democrats. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DPLB
May 10, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves Downing Street after a cabinet meeting in London...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson leaves Downing Street after a cabinet meeting in London
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson leaves Downing Street after a cabinet meeting in London May 10, 2010. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Monday he would step down this year, sacrificing himself to give his Labour Party a chance of forming a government with the smaller Liberal Democrats. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DKDU
May 07, 2010
The General Secretary of the Labour Party, Ray Collins (C), Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) and...
London, United Kingdom
General Secretary of the Labour Party, Collins, Business Secretary Mandelson and Labour deputy leader...
The General Secretary of the Labour Party, Ray Collins (C), Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) and Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman, wait for Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah to arrive at Labour Party Headquarters in central London May 7, 2010. The Conservatives were forecast on Friday to be the largest party after the closest election in three decades, but falling short of a clear majority in parliament, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Fiona Hanson/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DKDA
May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and wife Sarah (2ndR) are greeted as they arrive back at Labour...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and wife Sarah are greeted as they arrive back at Labour Party...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and wife Sarah (2ndR) are greeted as they arrive back at Labour Party headquarters by Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (2ndL) and Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman in central London May 7, 2010. The Conservatives were forecast on Friday to be the largest party after the closest election in three decades, but falling short of a clear majority in parliament, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Fiona Hanson/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DKD7
May 07, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson waits for the arrival of Prime Minister Gordon Brown at...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson waits for the arrival of Prime Minister Gordon Brown at...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson waits for the arrival of Prime Minister Gordon Brown at Labour Party headquarters in London May 7, 2010. The Conservatives look on course to be the largest party in parliament after the closest election in three decades, but without a clear majority, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DKCZ
May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and wife Sarah are greeted as they arrive back at Labour Party...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and wife Sarah are greeted as they arrive back at Labour Party...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and wife Sarah are greeted as they arrive back at Labour Party HQ by Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, in central London May 7, 2010. The Conservatives were forecast on Friday to be the largest party after the closest election in three decades, but falling short of a clear majority in parliament, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Fiona Hanson/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DKCP
May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and his wife Sarah are met by Business Secretary Peter Mandelson...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah are met by Business Secretary Peter Mandelson...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and his wife Sarah are met by Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (L) as they arrive at Labour Party headquarters in London May 7, 2010. The Conservatives were forecast on Friday to be the largest party after the closest election in three decades, but falling short of a clear majority in parliament, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DGNC
May 04, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson applauds Prime Minister Gordon Brown as he speaks at a Labour...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson applauds Prime Minister Brown as he speaks at a Labour Party rally...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson applauds Prime Minister Gordon Brown as he speaks at a Labour Party rally in Manchester, north west England May 4 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
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May 01, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (C) chats to Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (back to camera)...
Sunderland, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown chats to Business Secretary Mandelson and government relations advisor...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (C) chats to Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (back to camera) and government relations advisor Sue Nye, as his wife Sarah (L) stands aside, while their train back to London pulls into Victoria train station in Newcastle, May 1, 2010. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said on Saturday he paid a heavy price for calling a Labour supporter "bigoted" as negative media coverage pointed increasingly to his Labour party losing power after 13 years. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DBXG
May 01, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks to the media as Conservative supporters hold posters...
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks to the media as Conservative supporters hold posters...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks to the media as Conservative supporters hold posters behind him during a campaign stop at a supermarket in Newcastle, northern England May 1, 2010. Support for Britain's ruling Labour party has slipped, putting it nine points behind the opposition Conservatives, an opinion poll showed on Friday. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DBXE
May 01, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (C) walks through a supermarket, with his wife Sarah (L) and Business...
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown walks through a supermarket with his wife Sarah and Business Secretary...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (C) walks through a supermarket, with his wife Sarah (L) and Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (top L,) during a campaign stop in Newcastle, norhtern England May 1, 2010. Support for Britain's ruling Labour party has slipped, putting it nine points behind the opposition Conservatives, an opinion poll showed on Friday. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DBOM
May 01, 2010
A newspaper which was signed for a passenger by Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, on which...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A newspaper which was signed for a passenger by Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, on which...
A newspaper which was signed for a passenger by Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, on which he signed off as "The Dark Lord", is seen on a train journey from London to the north of England, May 1, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
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May 01, 2010
A newspaper which was signed for a passenger by Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, on which...
Doncaster, United Kingdom
A newspaper which was signed for a passenger by Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, on which...
A newspaper which was signed for a passenger by Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, on which he signed off as "The Dark Lord", is seen on a train journey from London to the north of England, May 1, 2010. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DAG8
April 30, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (C) speaks as Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and members...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks during the unveiling of a new poster campaign in...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (C) speaks as Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and members of the cabinet listen during the unveiling of a new poster campaign in Birmingham, central England, April 30, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2DAFR
April 30, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (2nd R) speaks during the unveiling of a new poster campaign, watched...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks during the unveiling of a new poster campaign in Birmingham...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (2nd R) speaks during the unveiling of a new poster campaign, watched by Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (L), Deputy leader of the Labour Party Harriet Harman (2nd L) and Chancellor of the Exchequer Alastair Darling in Birmingham, central England, April 30, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2D9Z8
April 29, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, opposition Conservative Party Shadow Chancellor George...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson, opposition Conservative Party Shadow Chancellor Osbourne and...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, opposition Conservative Party Shadow Chancellor George Osbourne and Treasury spokesman for the Liberal Democrats Vince Cable wait to be interviewed following the third and final party leaders' election campaign debate at the University of Birmingham in Birmingham, England, April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
RTR2D9Y6
April 29, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson talks to media during the third and final televised party...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson talks to media during the third and final televised party leaders'...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson talks to media during the third and final televised party leaders' election campaign debate in Birmingham, central England, April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
BRITAIN-ELECTION/
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April 29, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson talks to media during the third and final televised party...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson talks to media during the third and final televised party leaders'...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson talks to media during the third and final televised party leaders' election campaign debate in Birmingham, central England, April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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April 29, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson rides in a car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell at the University...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson rides in a car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell at the University...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson rides in a car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell at the University of Birmingham, in central west England, April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS SCI TECH)
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Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson is driven in a hydrogen fueled car at the University of...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson is driven in a hydrogen fueled car at the University of...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson is driven in a hydrogen fueled car at the University of Birmingham, central England, April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS SCI TECH)
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April 29, 2010
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson is driven in a hydrogen fueled car at the University of...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson is driven in a hydrogen fueled car at the University of...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson is driven in a hydrogen fueled car at the University of Birmingham, central England, April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS SCI TECH)
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A student shows Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson how to charge a car powered by a hydrogen...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
A student shows Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson how to charge a car powered by a hydrogen...
A student shows Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson how to charge a car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell students at the University of Birmingham, in central west England, April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
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Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson sits in a car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell at the University...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson sits in a car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell at the University...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson sits in a car powered by a hydrogen fuel cell at the University of Birmingham, in central west England, April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) speaks with students in Birmingham April 29, 2010. British...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson speaks with students in Birmingham
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (R) speaks with students in Birmingham April 29, 2010. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown needs a show-stopping performance in an election debate on Thursday to offset a blaze of bad publicity after he called a supporter of his Labour Party "bigoted". Brown has said Labour are in "the fight of our lives" to cling to power after 13 years and Wednesday's disastrous blunder will not have helped. The opposition Conservatives are first in all the opinion polls, with Labour and the smaller Liberal Democrats, or Lib Dems, vying for second place. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (C) talks to students at the University of Birmingham in...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson talks to students at the University of Birmingham in central England...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (C) talks to students at the University of Birmingham in central England April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
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Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson smiles as he arrives at the University of Birmingham in...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Mandelson smiles as he arrives at the University of Birmingham in central...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson smiles as he arrives at the University of Birmingham in central England April 29, 2010. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS BUSINESS)
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April 29, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to workers watched by his wife Sarah (2nd L) and Business...
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Britain's PM Brown speaks to workers during a campaign stop at the Thompson Friction Welding factory...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to workers watched by his wife Sarah (2nd L) and Business Secretary Peter Mandelson (2nd R) during a campaign stop at the Thompson Friction Welding factory in Halesowen, central England April 29, 2010. Brown said on Thursday he was worried about the weak pace of European growth and urged rapid reform to steer Europe's economies out of the ongoing financial crisis. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks at the Institute of Directors (IOD) annual convention...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks at the Institute of Directors annual convention at...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks at the Institute of Directors (IOD) annual convention at the Albert Hall in London April 28, 2010. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ELECTIONS)
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Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks at the Institute of Directors (IOD) annual convention...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks at the Institute of Directors annual convention at...
Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson speaks at the Institute of Directors (IOD) annual convention at the Albert Hall in London April 28, 2010. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ELECTIONS)
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