5 Live joins up with BBC Asian Network and BBC 1Xtra for coverage of the 2005 general election.
Throughout the night Peter Allen and Jane Garvey are in the studio with Sonia Deol and chief political correspondent John Pienaar. taking listeners' calls, texts and emails as the results unfold. Also, Anita Anand, Rachel Burden and Mark Pougatch are on location around the country with reaction from voters. Nicky Campbell reports from Labour Party headquarters, with Simon Mayo and Julian Worricker covering the Conservatives and the Liberal
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Meet the political editors: page 22
How the live broadcast works: page 25 The telegenic cabinet: page 26
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