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  •  - Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Sengoku attends a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo

    Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Sengoku attends a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo

    Posted: 11/22/2010 2:59:43 AM EST
    Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshito Sengoku attends a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo November 22, 2010. Japan's justice minister Minoru Yanagida resigned on Monday in a bid to avoid a row over a gaffe delaying the enactment of an extra budget, but hurdles remain for Prime Minister Naoto Kan as he struggles with a divided parliament. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's Prime Minister Kan attends a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo

    Japan's Prime Minister Kan attends a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo

    Posted: 11/22/2010 2:58:08 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan looks on as he attends a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo November 22, 2010. Japan's justice minister Minoru Yanagida resigned on Monday in a bid to avoid a row over a gaffe delaying the enactment of an extra budget, but hurdles remain for Prime Minister Kan as he struggles with a divided parliament. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japan's Prime Minister Kan and Chief Cabinet Secretary Sengoku attend a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo

    Japan's Prime Minister Kan and Chief Cabinet Secretary Sengoku attend a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo

    Posted: 11/22/2010 2:51:45 AM EST
    Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan (R) and Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshito Sengoku attend a budget committee meeting in the upper house of parliament in Tokyo November 22, 2010. Japan's justice minister Minoru Yanagida resigned on Monday in a bid to avoid a row over a gaffe delaying the enactment of an extra budget, but hurdles remain for Prime Minister Kan as he struggles with a divided parliament. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japanese Justice Minister Yanagida leaves a news conference at the ministry in Tok

    Japanese Justice Minister Yanagida leaves a news conference at the ministry in Tok

    Posted: 11/21/2010 9:34:07 PM EST
    Japanese Justice Minister Minoru Yanagida leaves a news conference at the ministry in Tokyo November 22, 2010. Yanagida said on Monday he will step down over a gaffe that critics say made light of parliamentary deliberations. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japanese Justice Minister Yanagida leaves a news conference at the ministry in Tok

    Japanese Justice Minister Yanagida leaves a news conference at the ministry in Tok

    Posted: 11/21/2010 9:13:47 PM EST
    Japanese Justice Minister Minoru Yanagida leaves a news conference at the ministry in Tokyo November 22, 2010. Yanagida said on Monday he will step down over a gaffe that critics say made light of parliamentary deliberations. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Japanese Justice Minister Yanagida bows at the end of a news conference at the ministry in Tok

    Japanese Justice Minister Yanagida bows at the end of a news conference at the ministry in Tok

    Posted: 11/21/2010 9:07:06 PM EST
    Japanese Justice Minister Minoru Yanagida bows at the end of a news conference at the ministry in Tokyo November 22, 2010. Yanagida said on Monday he will step down over a gaffe that critics say made light of parliamentary deliberations. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
  •  - File photo of Japan's newly-appointed Justice Minister Minoru Yanagida arriving at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    File photo of Japan's newly-appointed Justice Minister Minoru Yanagida arriving at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo

    Posted: 11/21/2010 7:30:00 PM EST
    Japan's newly-appointed Justice Minister Minoru Yanagida arrives at the Prime Minister's official residence in Tokyo in this September 17, 2010 file photo. Yanagida is set to resign over a gaffe that critics say made light of parliamentary deliberations, media said on November 21, 2010, as the struggling government seeks to push an extra budget through a divided parliament. Picture taken September 17, 2010. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/Files (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Workers construct the stage the day before the third and final televised election campaign leadership debate in Birmingham

    Workers construct the stage the day before the third and final televised election campaign leadership debate in Birmingham

    Posted: 4/28/2010 7:04:55 PM EST
    Workers construct the stage the day before the third and final televised election campaign leadership debate in Birmingham April 28, 2010. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown goes into his final pre-election debate on Thursday trying to rescue his Labour Party from defeat while fending off a gaffe in which he called one of his traditional voters "bigoted". Brown, whose critics paint him as socially unskilled and bullying, was caught on tape on Wednesday complaining about a woman in her 60s who had challenged his 13-year-old Labour government's approach to immigration. REUTERS/Jeff Overs/BBC/Handout (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
  •  - Britain's PM Brown speaks with an army cadet during a walk through Piccadilly rail station in Manchester

    Britain's PM Brown speaks with an army cadet during a walk through Piccadilly rail station in Manchester

    Posted: 4/28/2010 2:00:46 PM EST
    Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks with an army cadet during a walk through Piccadilly rail station in Manchester, northwest England, April 28, 2010. Brown apologised in person for describing a voter as "a bigoted woman" on Wednesday, seeking to limit the damage from the gaffe before next week's parliamentary election. Brown's Labour party, in power for 13 years but trailing in opinion polls, had already been on the defensive after opposition parties said the Greek financial crisis was an example of what could happen if Britain's record budget deficit was not tackled. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)


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