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Esam Janahi

Find out how one of the region’s brightest minds is connected to an infamous British glamour model

December 17, 2008 4:25 by

Gordon Brown

Until recently, Gordon Brown was one of the most unpopular prime ministers in Britain. But when the credit crunch hit the UK, and the prime minister traveled around the Gulf looking for business deals (and secured over $790 million), he became a national hero.

Brown has had a long career in politics. Prior to his current role as PM, he was Chancellor of the Exchequer. He first entered Parliament in 1983 as MP for Dunfermline East and Chair of the Labour Party’s Scottish Council. Mr Brown shared his first office in the House of Commons with Tony Blair, and the two became friends.

The prime minister has regular meetings with one of the world’s wealthiest women…



  1. John Hisher on December 18, 2008 1:00 pm

    This 6 degrees series is the most ludicrous and lowsy form of journalism. In this instance, Using a catchy headline to attract people to read how a VIP is connected to a glamour model, when in fact, there is NO connection at all is Absolutely stupid and cheap journalism. Maybe Kippreport is run by people who used to work at News of the World, or some classy outfit like that?

  2. Boryana on December 18, 2008 7:53 pm

    I agree. This is ignorance and cheap sensationalism. Using the six degrees of separation theory to create an interesting feature is an original idea, but if you want to do it, do it right. Maybe you can start by reading this:

  3. 9vibes on December 21, 2008 3:45 pm

    Absolutely. Kipp this does not sound like you. Please stop this BS. I mean this is some cheap tabloid material. It inst really required here … or is it .. you decide


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