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Brown 'absolutely not' accused of bullying

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The head of the anti-bullying charity, the National Bullying Helpline, has said that she has "absolutely not" accused Gordon Brown of bullying.

Interviewed by Today presenter John Humphrys, Mrs Pratt added that "three or four" people working in and around Downing Street had contacted the organisation in recent years, two of them from the deputy prime minister's office. But she she said there had been no accusations against Gordon Brown himself.

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