What would you ask the Labour Party leader?
Gordon Brown, Prime Minister and leader of the Labour Party, will be interviewed by the BBC's Jeremy Vine on Wednesday on Radio 2. What would you like to know?
After Labour's 1997 landslide victory, Mr Brown became the most powerful chancellor in modern times.
With his eyes firmly set on the top job Mr Brown was crowned party leader, and Prime Minister, without a contest, when Tony Blair stood down in 2007.
You can read the Labour Party's manifesto here.
What do you think of the Labour Party's policies? Which policies would you like to ask Gordon Brown about? What broader issues would you like to discuss with the Labour leader?
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In the fourth in a series of interviews, Jeremy Vine will be interviewing Gordon Brown during his programme on BBC Radio 2 between 1200 and 1245 on Wednesday 28 April 2010. For more information on how to enjoy and contribute to the programme, click here.