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Vote ’05 Sky News’ main election results programme started at 9pm on May 5th – presented by political editor, Adam Boulton and the first female to present an election results programme in the UK, Julie Etchingham. Opening Shot of Presenters [singlepic=15028] [singlepic=15029] [singlepic=15030] [singlepic=15033] Openers…

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…

Vote ’05 The Sky News Reality Check scrutinised every Campaign promise and pledge using the best research and state of the art graphics to examine the parties’ claims and rhetoric.

Vote ’05 Sky Across Britain saw David Bowden use the SkyCopter to travel the length and breadth of the country testing public opinion on all the big Election issues.

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.

Tony Blair Visits Buckingham Palace On 5th April 2005, Tony Blair visited Queen Elizabeth II to request the dissolution of Parliament on April 11th with voting day on May 5th [singlepic=15292] [singlepic=15293] [singlepic=15294] [singlepic=15302] Correspondents – Labour Michelle Clifford and Andrew Wilson with Tony Blair…

Vote ’05 Sky News’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the General Election.

Vote ’05 During the build up to the 2005 General Election, Adam Boulton presented a nightly hour long programme at 7 and 11pm called ‘The Boulton Factor’ (11pm on Saturday) Vote ’05 – The Boulton Factor Vote ’05 – The Boulton Factor in Rossendale and…

[jwplayer config=”Playlist Player” playlistid=”9405″] Haiti Earthquake On Tuesday 12th January 2010 a large earthquake with a catastrophic magnitude of 7.0 rocked the west of Haiti killing between 100,000 – 200,000 people. American News networks were the first with correspondents and presenters in Haiti. BBC News,…

The Three main political parties have agreed to a series of Live Television debates before the next General Election.

ITV will host the first debate, chaired by Alastair Stewart. Adam Boulton will chair the second debate for Sky News and the BBC will air the third and final debate, chaired by Question Time presenter, David Dimbleby.

The debates will broadcast at peak time and will be about an hour and half long in front of a live audience.

On Sunday 4th August 2002, Ian Huntley Murdered Soham school girls, Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells. He was arrested and charged on the 17th August 2002. Huntley’s trial opened at the Old Bailey on 5th November 2003. On 17th December 2003, The Jury returned a…

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