Britain's new party gains 25th seat in Parliament

Britain's new Social Democratic Party has gained its 25th member of Parliament with another defection from the opposition Labour Party. Ronald Brown , brother of a former foreign secretary, Lord George-Brown, says he feels Labour policy is drifting too far to the left.

The Social Democrats, whose only member of Parliament elected under that banner won a seat last week, is a centrist alliance drawing on disillusionment with both major parties.

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