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Election Night ’05

Vote ’05
Opening Shot of Presenters
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David Bowden in Sunderland South. Lorna Dunkley in Barnsley Central
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Rachel Younger in Birmingham. Lisa Aziz in Torbay
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Robert Nisbet in Rossendale. Andrew Wilson in Sedgefield
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Emma Hurd in Folkestone. Greg Milam in Fort William
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Jon Craig at Conservative HQ. Anna Botting in Putney
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Matt Smith in Maidenhead. Glen O’Glaza at Labour HQ
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Joey Jones in Bethnal Green. James Matthews in Edinburgh
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Dominic Waghorn in Folkestone. Martin Popplewell in Milton Keynes
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Geoff Meade in Hornchurch. Colin Brazier in Dorest West
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Kay Burley flying in the SkyCopter and stopping off at key counts.
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Martin ‘VR’ Stanford
Martin Stanford in the House of Commons
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Martin Stanford in the Lobby
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Declaration Graphics
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Hold, Gain Graphics
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Sky News Forecast
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Other Graphics
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May 6th
Jeremy Thompson and Kay Burley take over from Adam Boulton and Julie Etchingham
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Vote ’05 During the Pre-election campaign Sky News was live in the key marginal constituency of Rossendale and Darwen in Lancashire. Sky’s Kay Burley and Robert Nisbet got instant and on the ground reaction to the campaign’s twists and turns.

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Vote ’05 Throughout the General Election campaign Sky News ran a series of programmes including ‘If I Were Prime Minister’ which gave public figures the chance to tell what they would do if they were in Downing Street. Contributors included poet Benjamin Zephaniah, singer and…