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. Laura Moffat, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Crawley
  2. Legalise Cannabis Alliance
  3. Liberal Democrats in Business
  4. Liberal Democrats within Dudley MBC
  5. London Labour Party
  6. Loughborough Liberal Democrats
  7. Lynne Jones PPC, Labour, Birmingham Selly Oak
  8. Malcolm Bruce PPC
  9. Matthew Taylor, Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate, Truro and St Austell
  10. Michael Fallon, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Sevenoaks
  11. Michael Foster, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Hastings and Rye
  12. Michael Howard, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Folkestone and Hythe
  13. Migration Watch UK
  14. Mike Crockart parliamentary spokespersons for Edinburgh North and Leith
  15. Monster Raving Loony Party
  16. National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Manifesto
  17. National Farmers Union - Farming Manifesto 2005
  18. National Union of Students Education Manifesto
  19. Nicholas Soames, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate, Mid Sussex
  20. Nick Palmer, Labour Parliamentary Candidate, Broxtowe

Sites (139)

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