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Election 2007


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David Dimbleby leads the team for coverage of what is likely to be Tony Blair 's last elections as Prime
Minister. As well as the Welsh Assembly and Scottish Parliament, there are over 10,000 local council seats in England to be won. What will the results mean for Blair's probable successor, Gordon Brown , and will David Cameron make the breakthrough he needs? Analysis is by Jenny Scott and the BBC's political editor Nick Robinson , while Jeremy Vine explains the results as they come in. Includes summaries of the results at 12.15 and 1.30.
Director Rob Hopkin : Editor James Stephenson
Followed by Holiday Weather


Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Tony Blair
Unknown: Gordon Brown
Unknown: David Cameron
Unknown: Jenny Scott
Editor: Nick Robinson
Unknown: Jeremy Vine
Director: Rob Hopkin
Editor: James Stephenson

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