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UK General Election 2005

Collection of Internet sites with electoral content archived during and immediately after the UK general election campaign of 2005. The collection comprises a sample of candidate’s campaign sites and weblogs, local and national party sites, opinion polls, news and commentary, and the manifestos of a range of interest groups.

Sites (139)

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  1. Alan Whitehead, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Southampton Test
  2. Alastair Campbell Blog
  3. Alliance Party of Northern Ireland
  4. Alun Cairns MP your voice for the Vale of Glamorgan
  5. Anand Shukla, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Sutton and Cheam
  6. Andrew George PPC
  7. Andrew Mitchell PPC Sutton Coldfields Conservatives
  8. Andrew Smith, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Oxford East
  9. Andrew Stunell, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate, Hazel Grove
  10. Anne Campbell, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Cambridge
  11. Antonia Bance, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Oxford West and Abingdon
  12. Ashford Liberal Democrats
  13. Backing Blair
  14. BBC News: Election 2005
  15. Blog of Graeme Smith, Liberal Democrat PPC, Loughborough
  16. Blog of Kevin Davis, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Kingston and Surbition
  17. Brentwood and Ongar Liberal Democrats
  18. Bristol East Liberal Democrats
  19. British Association of Occupational Therapists, College of Occupational Therapists - General Election 2005 Manifesto
  20. British National Party (BNP)

Sites (139)

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