Sat 17 May 2008, The Guardian

Behind the masks

By Gordon Brown
Unlike Tony Blair, Gordon Brown doesn't seem comfortable in his own skin and we are suspicious of his reserve. But is our obsession with sincerity in politics a good thing? With George Orwell, the patron saint of straight-talking as his guide, David Runciman asks when openness becomes just another form of hypocrisy
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