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Conservative shadow foreign secretary William Hague addresses delegates at the 124th annual Conservative Party Conference at the Winter Gardens on September 30, 2007 in Blackpool, England. Party Leader David Cameron today called for British Prime Minister Gordon Brown to call a snap election and added that the Conservatives can win. By Christopher Furlong/Getty Images.

William's rhetorical defenestration of Brown is reported here. His riposte with respect to Thatcher is related to Brown's gambit in inviting the Iron Lady to Number 10. The cheek.

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