Wed 16 April 2008, The Daily Telegraph

Lord Kinnock clarification

By Gordon Brown
Following our article "Putin has nothing to gain from harassing the British Council" (Jan 19) we are asked to point out that Lord Kinnock receives no remuneration as the Council's chairman and undertakes significant work beyond the post's requirements; he had no involvement in the appointment of his son Stephen as director of the Council's St Petersburg office or of his daughter Rachel to Gordon Brown's political staff; criticism by another newspaper of Glenys Kinnock's attendance at a conference in Barbados was withdrawn following a complaint to the Press Complaints Commission.
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