Cameron is powerless to veto his old rival’s appointment.
The possibility of an ex-prime minister leading the IMF should be welcomed.
Labour leader insists Gordon Brown would be a “strong candidate” after PM vows to block any bid.
How the debates changed British politics for ever.
Not many books written by former prime ministers have much serious intellectual content.
Brown is at the heart of David Cameron's strategy for winning the next election.
The former transport secretary recalls his “astonishment” at being co-opted on to “Team Brown”.
The next Labour leader should learn the lessons of 1992, says Steve Richards.