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Brownism

the views and doctrines of Robert Browne, the first formulator of the principles of Congregationalism. — Brownist, n. — Brownistic, adj.
See also: Protestantism
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Mr Byers and others argue that unless the manifesto is Blairite rather than Brownite in tone, it will confirm that Mr Blair intends to hand over to the Chancellor early on in the new Parliament.
FILTHY Phil", Blair's paranoid, seat-seeking speechwriter Phil Collins, thinks he's the victim of a Brownite plot.
Perhaps a more likely candidate is Brownite Don Touhig, who has already served in the department and has more experience than two other rising stars, Huw Irranca-Davies and Kevin Brennan.
No wonder Mr Byers - one of Tony Blair's most loyal and trusted supporters - moved quickly to grab the inheritance tax issue back for his friend, whatever the Brownite grumblings from the Treasury.
As one prominent Brownite put it yesterday: "Basically, he will have been told he can name his job.
A prospective Reid campaign team is being sounded out and one Brownite said: "Reid is up and running.
Asked if she considered herself a Blairite or a Brownite, Ms Hewitt said: "I see myself as absolutely solidly New Labour.
And Douglas Alexander, a Brownite, added: "I welcome the prospect of a contest - if people want to come forward I think they should.
The idea that there is no such thing as a Brownite or Blairite, merely the Labour party, will play heavily in the deputy leadership contest.
It may have been a foolish Brownite gimmick, but now he is splendidly placed to make it interesting after all.
Mr Alexander, a confirmed Brownite, said: "I welcome the prospect of a contest.
One Brownite said: "This is a bloody stupid distraction.