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Sunday, 27 September 2009


Andrew Marr's 32-minute interview with Gordon Brown dominated today's edition of the programme. It was less tough than last week's interview with Nick Clegg, scoring a round Interruption Coefficient of 1.0 (one for every minute of the interview), compared to 1.3 for the Clegg interview.

Marr did not shy away for asking some difficult questions, though he hardly banged away at them in the way we have often seen him do with David Cameron in the past - and, indeed, with Cleggy last week over his party's position on education spending.

David Cameron is coming up next week. How will he fare?
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  1. In case you are monitoring the BBC website as well audio and video you may be interested in this from last year.


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