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Gordon Brown is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He took office on 27 June 2007, three days after becoming leader of the Labour Party. Prior to this he served as the Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1997-2007, becoming the United Kingdom’s longest serving Chancellor since the early 19th century.


I would like to express my respect and
admiration to the Baha’i community which makes a contribution to British
life out of all proportion to its size.
The principles of the Baha’i faith are rightly shared and
appreciated by many in our different communities. It is therefore all the
more tragic that Baha’is around the world face prejudice and
discrimination.

“I would like to express my respect and admiration to the Baha’i community which makes a contribution to British  life out of all proportion to its size. The principles of the Baha’i faith are rightly shared and appreciated by many in our different communities. It is therefore all the more tragic that Baha’is around the world face prejudice and discrimination. I very much welcome your increased participation in public life and hope you will build on this in the future.”

21 April 2009

“I would like to express my respect and admiration to the … Bahá’í community which makes an important contribution to British life. I very much recognise and welcome those of the Bahá’í faith as a distinguished and valuable part of our rich and multi-cultural society.

The Bahá’í community has a long, proud and respected tradition and contributes much to today’’s Britain. Your faith includes a clear obligation to work towards religious tolerance and respect for other faiths, an aim shared by both myself and a wide range of different communities across Britain.

I commend you for promoting an understanding and exploration of your faith to wider British society. The Bahá’’í community can be proud of its success in working to foster cohesive and integrated communities.”

21 April 2008

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