Election 2005 by Jon Smith

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Author
Jon Smith
Publisher
Politico's Publishing Ltd
Date of release
Pages
288
ISBN
9781842751428
Binding
Paperback
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Day-by-day account of the election which will define British politics for the next generation. Only independent account of the May 2005 general election, published with the Press Association and therefore untainted by newspaper bias. First account of the general election on the market. Detailed day-by-day narrative, plus results (constituency by constituency) and statistics (rankings of majority, turnout, etc.) Press Association will be involved in marketing. Whatever the details of the outcome, the general election on 5 May 2005 will set the tone for the next phase of British public life, and seal the political future of Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, Charles Kennedy, Michael Howard, George Galloway and Robert Kilroy-Silk. Election 2005, guaranteed impartiality of perspective by its connection with the Press Association, will be published within one month of polling day, and corner the market for immediate accounts of the next big occasion in British politics.


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