Dream Not Small Dreams- Speeches 2007 2010 brings together Gordon Brown s major speeches since he became Prime Minister on 27 June 2007. The collection covers a broad range of themes from the defining issues of his premiership the global economic crisis and climate change to nuclear proliferation, the Middle East, the UK s special relationship with the USA and civil liberties, as well as domestic issues such as citizenship, immigration and health. Brown s aspirations and ambitions can be clearly identified in the speeches, as he covers domestic and foreign policy and responds to the events that have shaped his period in office so far. The speeches also reveal how the Prime Minster has successfully met the objectives he set himself on his appointment three years ago. Organised thematically, with each chapter containing one or more of the key speeches made by Gordon Brown on the major challenges he has had to confront as Prime Minister, Dream Not Small Dreams is an engrossing and enlightening anthology. Including contributions from a number of distinguished figures such as Barack Obama, Kofi Annan and Mikhail Gorbachev, it provides an insight into how Gordon Brown is vie
Gordon Brown became Chancellor of the Exchequer when the Labour Party came to power in 1997 and succeeded Tony Blair as Prime Minister in June 2007. Gordon has published numerous other titles.