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Chilling times in Davos

Jon Sopel
Jon Sopel
Presenter
The Politics Show

Hello, from snowy Davos...

Davos

It's almost overwhelmingly tempting to draw on economic symbolism from the climate here - it's cold, it's snowing, and there's no sign of thaw.

So I won't.

But there's no escaping the subject that's on everyone's minds.

Gordon Brown
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Including the minds of the princes, prime ministers, and presidents gathered in this picturesque corner of Switzerland.

So how bad will it get, and what are the right measures to tackle the recession?

I'll talk to the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown.

Who really runs Britain?

Some people would firmly point a finger in the Brussels direction, but is that fair?

We have exclusive access to one report asking exactly how many of our laws start in Europe.

But can anyone accurately put a number on that, and does it matter?

Paola Buonadonna has been giving the matter deep thought.

Woolworths shop

And we'll meet some more Woolworths' workers as we continue our series, Life After Woolies.

That's all on Sunday at 12 noon. The piste can wait.



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