Brownism

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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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It's over Tory MP Nadine Dorries welcomes the purge of privately educated Cabinet ministers Democracy is an exciting, splendid thing and I'm enjoying every minute if it Jeremy Corbyn welcomes the challenge to his leadership I am not a Blairite, I am not a Brownite, and I am not a Corbynista.
I am not a Blairite, I am not a Brownite and I am not a Corbynista, I am my own woman," she said.
Divided on either side of Blair and Brownite factions, Murphy realised in his last political gasp what a good operator Balls was.
David and Ed represent divisions between the Blairite and Brownite wings.
* Ed Balls denies his papers show there was a Brownite plot to oust prime minister Tony Blair
It's a choice between two squabbling siblings, a former Brownite wheeler-dealer, a TV motormouth pundit, and an Anfield-born Evertonian.
So tribally Brownite is he, his claims to be able to unite the party are the equivalent of Tony Blair being appointed Middle East peace envoy...
Regular readers of Political Asylum may have sensed the Member for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland is a bit of a Brownite. He has a real admiration for Gordon Brown and doubtless expects to see his hero as Premier one day.
The Guardian said a 1994 document it had uncovered showed Mr Brown won a "guarantee" from Mr Blair that he would follow a Brownite social and economic agenda.
Harriet Clugston, 22, a Derbyshire student, says: He says he isn't a Blairite or a Brownite, but he has also spoken about how Labour needs to return to 1997 and connect with people and so he sounds like a Blairite to me.
Though the unrest about the leadership has quelled, the old division between Blairite and Brownite factions still remains, as seen in the recent battle over the New Labour Progress group that some unionists want to ban.
I n four day s s ince winning the leadership, he ha s d i spa t che d h i s brother's political career, trashed his former boss Gordon Brown's economic legacy, distanced himself f rom hi s t rade union backers and now binned a key Brownite lieutenant.