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Who Rules Britain?

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A Majority-big, small or none? until 12.0
It's quicker by radio .. , The fastest service with the key results. The fullest analysis.
Radio 4'S Election Team, reinforced by two former mps and electoral experts. DICK LEONARD and JOHN SELWYN GUMMER , continue their coverage of the General Election. Will it produce a decisive verdict. or will it be another cliffhanger?
Studio discussion with RT HON REGINALD PRENTICE. RT HON ROBERT CARR and LORD BEAUMONT
OF WHITLEY.
Results from the remaining 200 constituencies.
Comment and analysis on the 12 seats in Northern Ireland.
The politicians - leading figures of all parties say what they think of the result.
On-the-spot reports from Downing Street and from outside Buckingham Palace.
The latest news from the Stock Exchange.
Reaction from leaders of opinion in industry and the trade unions.
Reports from BBC Correspondents in Europe and the USA. A co-production with Radio News. Current Affairs, Outside Broadcasts, BBC Regions and Local Radio Stations. Executive producer BERNARD TATE News at 11.0* and 12.0*
12.55
Weather, programme news

Contributors

Unknown: John Selwyn Gummer
Unknown: Reginald Prentice.
Unknown: Robert Carr
Producer: Bernard Tate

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