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He has worked with Gordon Brown for nearly ten years, and after strategy roles in the 2001 election and at the Treasury, in June he became one of the most powerful people in Britain as Director of Political Strategy at 10 Downing St.
He speaks to the PM several times a day and is one of the tiny inner circle that Gordon Brown turns to for strategic advice. Nick Brown, 57, Deputy Chief Whip, MP for Newcastle upon Tyne East and Wallsend A friend and ally of Gordon Brown since the early 1980s, he was at first close to Tony Blair as well, but by 1996 he was Gordon’s unofficial campaign manager for the leadership, and reportedly persuaded him to stand aside in favour of the telegenic Blair.
As well as listing political figures, we have included non-politicians who nonetheless have considerable influence. Spencer Livermore, 32, Director of Political Strategy, 10 Downing Street Top of our list is a non-elected Labour adviser, but Spencer Livermore has power most MPs could only dream of.Initially thick as thieves, Mandelson’s affections gradually drifted towards the charismatic Blair, who he supported for leader in 1994.Brown never forgave his former ally for the betrayal, and Gordon never forgets.Close to deputy leader Harriet Harman and well-regarded by Gordon Brown, she is also popular in the party, and is a member of Labour’s governing body, the National Executive Committee.She came out a matter of weeks after Tony Blair was elected, and her frank interview in was a special moment in lesbian history in the UK. Five years later her twin sister Maria joined her, making them the first twins ever to be elected to the House of Commons. Ben Bradshaw, 47, Minister of State for Health Services, MP for Exeter In the 1997 general election Ben Bradshaw fought a notoriously homophobic opponent, and went on to win Exeter with with a majority of 11,705.