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Brown fires up election with Worcester Bosch visit

Prime Minister Gordon Brown visited boiler manufacturer Worcester Bosch on Monday (April 20), to turn the election focus back onto Labour, which is keen to win the cross-party struggle for the town of Worcester.
Brown, accompanied by his wife Sarah, was given a tour of the firm based in Warndon and heard how it is developing new low carbon technologies.

The Labour leader told employees the firm was at the heart of UK manufacturing and should be proud of its technological innovation.

Worcester Bosch's leaders were recently left dismayed that Gordon Brown's popular boiler scrappage scheme for England came to an end and no funding will be given to extend the scheme.
21 April 2010

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