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.

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  1. Harlow Liberal Democrats
  2. Hemel Hempstead Liberal Democrats
  3. Holborn Conservatives
  4. Howard Stoate, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Dartford
  5. Ian Lyon PPC Cambridge Conservatives
  6. Information Centre about Asylum and Refugees
  7. James Sproule, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Streatham
  8. Jamie Bolden, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Broxbourne
  9. Jeffrey Donaldson, Democratic Unionist Parliamentary Candidate, Lagan Valley
  10. John Hemming's Web Log
  11. John Redwood, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Wokingham
  12. Jo Swinson PPC
  13. Judith Blake, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Leeds North West
  14. Julian Brazier, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Canterbury
  15. Karen Buck PPC
  16. Kensington and Chelsea Labour Party
  17. Kensington and Chelsea Liberal Democrats
  18. Kingswood Conservatives
  19. Labour Party, The
  20. Laura Love Scottish National Party candidate for Falkirk

Sites (139)

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