Election 2015

May 2015
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5. Election 2015: Part 5

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5. Election 2015: Part 5 of the TV-show Election 2015 was broadcast by BBC1 on Friday 8 May 2015 at 15:30.
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May 8, 2015

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May 8, 2015 of the TV-show Election 2015 was broadcast by BBC2 on Friday 8 May 2015 at 14:30.
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3. Election 2015: Part 3

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Huw Edwards presents as the drama of the election continues to unfold. Andrew Neil is at the House of Commons as politicians flood back to Westminster to take part in the formation of a new government. Emily Maitlis, Jeremy Vine and Sophie Raworth bring you the key results and explain how your votes translated into a new political order. BBC teams are at all the party headquarters and in Downing Street to bring you every twist and turn of the story.
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1. Election 2015: Part 1

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This is expected to be the most thrilling and unpredictable general election for generations. David Dimbleby will be your guide as the votes are counted around the country and the results begin to pour in. Over the next 24 hours we will discover who will lead this country over the next five years.
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Election Results - London 2015

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Election Results - London 2015 of the TV-show Election 2015 was broadcast by BBC1 on Friday 8 May 2015 at 9:15.
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2. Election 2015: Part 2

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Huw Edwards takes the helm as the drama of election night continues to unfold. Andrew Neil is at the House of Commons as politicians flood back to Westminster to take part in the formation of a new government. Emily Maitlis, Jeremy Vine and Sophie Raworth bring you the key overnight results and explain how your votes translated into a new political order. BBC teams are at all the party headquarters and in Downing Street to bring you every twist and turn of the story.
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Ask...

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Ukip leader Nigel Farage answers questions from voters in Birmingham. Hosted by Jo Coburn.
April 2015
40:00

English Regional Debates

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In the lead-up to polling day, Andrew Neil and an audience of Londoners grill leading politicians on the issues that matter in the capital. Expect lively debate as the parties tackle the best ways to solve the housing crisis, create jobs and manage immigration.
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