Brown to address Congress

| 04/03/2009

(The Guardian): Gordon Brown will today use his vital speech to Congress to urge US politicians not to lapse into protectionism, but he has insisted he has no need to apologise for personal errors in the build-up to the financial crisis. The speech – possibly the most important of his political life – comes after Barack Obama gave him a desperately needed political boost yesterday by reaffirming the importance of the special relationship between the US and UK, and offering the prime minister a valuable personal endorsement for his leadership during the financial crisis.

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