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How They Voted Today: Part 1

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Network Special with BBC Local Radio

Today's trial of strength between the Parties in the Borough Elections in England and Wales (except London) will have an impact on political attitudes far beyond the localities concerned. Overall Party gains and losses may well reveal significant evidence of the current state of public opinion. To add to the interest, in Greater London itself there have been Parliamentary by-elections today in Kingston-upon-Thames and Southwark.

In this late-night co-production between network News and Current Affairs in London and all 20 BBC Local Radio stations -which will provide Radio 4 with a special service in addition to their own local output -you can hear flashes from important boroughs up and down the country and from the two by-elections.
The BBC's Political Editor Hardiman Scott presents the programme. With him in London is ANTHONY KING, Professor of Government in the University of Essex, and they will have the support of special correspondents in BBC Local Radio Stations in the running analysis of results as they come in. Production team BERNARD TATE, MARTIN COX, JOHN TURTLE Co-production editor STEPHEN BONARJEE

Contributors

Presenter: Hardiman Scott
Unknown: Anthony King
Producer: Bernard Tate
Producer: Martin Cox
Producer: John Turtle
Editor: Stephen Bonarjee






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