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Britain's Everyday Heroes

Britain's Everyday Heroes
Author Gordon Brown
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Subject Politics
Genre Non-fiction
Publisher Mainstream Publishing
Publication date
24 July 2007
Media type Paperback
Pages 240
ISBN
OCLC 145389857
361.2/50941 22
LC Class HN385.5 .B759 2007
Preceded by Courage: Eight Portraits
Followed by The Change we Choose

Britain's Everyday Heroes is a book by former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown about thirty-three ordinary people whose willing commitment to a cause or a community has informed and inspired Brown. It was published by Mainstream Publishing on 24 July 2007, less than a month after Brown became Prime Minister.

The book was produced in conjunction with East charity Community Links, who will receive all royalties from sales. According to The Independent, the book had sold fewer than 1,000 copies by March 2010.[1]

References

  1. ^ Grice, Andrew (5 March 2010). "The £4.6m question: Is Tony Blair's 'Journey' worth the advance?".  


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