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UK Election

Labour - 10 May 2010
Labour - 10 May 2010
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May 03, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives to speak at a meeting of CitizensUK at the Methodist Central...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives to speak at a meeting of CitizensUK at the Methodist Central...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives to speak at a meeting of CitizensUK at the Methodist Central Hall, in central London May 3, 2010. Opinion polls on Monday indicated the country remained on course for a parliament with no outright majority, raising the rare prospect of a minority or coalition government after Thursday's election. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing...
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Britain's PM Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London May 10, 2010. The Liberal Democrats want to hold formal talks with the ruling Labour party over forming a new government, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said, adding he would step aside by later this year. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Primer Minister Gordon Brown makes a statement outside 10 Downing Street, in London, 10 May,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Primer Minister Gordon Brown makes a statement outside 10 Downing Street, in London
Britain's Primer Minister Gordon Brown makes a statement outside 10 Downing Street, in London, 10 May, 2010. The Liberal Democrats want to hold formal talks with the ruling Labour party over forming a new government, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said, adding he would step aside by later this year. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London May 10, 2010. The Liberal Democrats want to hold formal talks with the ruling Labour party over forming a new government, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said, adding he would step aside by later this year. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London May 10, 2010. The Liberal Democrats want to hold formal talks with the ruling Labour party over forming a new government, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said, adding he would step aside by later this year. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London May 10, 2010. The Liberal Democrats want to hold formal talks with the ruling Labour party over forming a new government, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said, adding he would step aside by later this year. "(Lib Dem leader) Mr Clegg has just informed me that while he intends to continue his dialogue that he has begun with the Conservatives, he now wishes also to take forward formal discussions with the Labour party," he told reporters. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS BUSINESS)
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May 10, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers a statement outside his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London May 10,2010. The Liberal Democrats want to hold formal talks with the ruling Labour party over forming a new government, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said, adding he would step aside by later this year. "(Lib Dem leader) Mr Clegg has just informed me that while he intends to continue his dialogue that he has begun with the Conservatives, he now wishes also to take forward formal discussions with the Labour party," he told reporters. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN)
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May 09, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown smiles as he leaves church in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland...
North Queensferry, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown smiles as he leaves church in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown smiles as he leaves church in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland May 9, 2010. Britain's two main opposition parties tried on Sunday to break the deadlock of last week's inconclusive election before financial markets lose patience, with the mood at the negotiations described as "good". REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT)
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May 09, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to churchgoers as he leaves Sunday service at a church in...
North Queensferry, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown speaks to churchgoers as he leaves Sunday service at a church in North Queensferry...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to churchgoers as he leaves Sunday service at a church in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland May 9, 2010. Britain's two main opposition parties tried on Sunday to break the deadlock of last week's inconclusive election before financial markets lose patience, with the mood at the negotiations described as "good". REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN RELIGION - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 09, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to churchgoers as he leaves Sunday service at a church in...
North Queensferry, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown speaks to churchgoers as he leaves Sunday service at a church in North Queensferry...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to churchgoers as he leaves Sunday service at a church in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland May 9, 2010. Britain's two main opposition parties tried on Sunday to break the deadlock of last week's inconclusive election before financial markets lose patience, with the mood at the negotiations described as "good". REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN RELIGION - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 09, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown smiles as he walks to church in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland...
North Queensferry, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown smiles as he walks to church in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown smiles as he walks to church in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland May 9, 2010. Britain's two main opposition parties tried on Sunday to break the deadlock of last week's inconclusive election before financial markets lose patience, with the mood at the negotiations described as "good". REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah leave their airplane at Stansted airport, outside...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah leave their airplane at Stansted airport outside...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah leave their airplane at Stansted airport, outside London, May 7, 2010. Britain's opposition Conservatives look on course to be the largest party in parliament after the closest election in three decades, but without a clear majority, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes a statement in front of his official residence of 10 Downing...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown makes a statement in front of his official residence of 10 Downing Street...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes a statement in front of his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London May 7, 2010. Britain's opposition Conservatives were in pole position to take power on Friday after winning the most seats in parliament in a bitterly fought election and securing the tentative backing of the third largest party. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives to make a statement in front of his official residence...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown walks to make a statement in front of his official residence of 10 Downing...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives to make a statement in front of his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London May 7, 2010. Britain's opposition Conservatives were in pole position to take power on Friday after winning the most seats in parliament in a bitterly fought election and securing the tentative backing of the third largest party. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to an aide after landing at Stansted airport, outside London...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to an aide after landing at Stansted airport outside London...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to an aide after landing at Stansted airport, outside London May 7, 2010. Britain's opposition Conservatives look on course to be the largest party in parliament after the closest election in three decades, but without a clear majority, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes a statement in front of his official residence of 10 Downing...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown makes a statement in front of his official residence of 10 Downing Street...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes a statement in front of his official residence of 10 Downing Street in London May 7, 2010. Britain's opposition Conservatives were in pole position to take power on Friday after winning the most seats in parliament in a bitterly fought election and securing the tentative backing of the third largest party. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 07, 2010
Labour candidate Margaret Hodge smiles following the result of the vote count for the constituency of...
London, United Kingdom
Labour candidate Margaret Hodge smiles following the result of the vote count for the constituency of...
Labour candidate Margaret Hodge smiles following the result of the vote count for the constituency of Barking in Dagenham May 7, 2010. The Conservatives look on course to be the largest party in parliament after the closest election in three decades, but without a clear majority, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE ELECTIONS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes his acceptance speech after retaining his parliamentary seat...
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown makes his acceptance speech after retaining his parliamentary seat at...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown makes his acceptance speech after retaining his parliamentary seat for the Kircaldy and Cowdenbeath constituency, at the Adam Smith College in Kirkcaldy, Scotland May 7, 2010. The Conservatives were forecast on Friday to emerge as the largest party after the closest election in three decades, but seen falling just short of an outright majority in parliament. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah leave their airplane at Stansted airport, outside...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah leave their airplane at Stansted airport outside...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah leave their airplane at Stansted airport, outside London, May 7, 2010. Britain's opposition Conservatives look on course to be the largest party in parliament after the closest election in three decades, but without a clear majority, leaving it uncertain who will eventually run the country. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah stand on stage after the announcement that he...
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown and his wife Sarah stand on stage after the announcement that he retained...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah stand on stage after the announcement that he had retained his parliamentary seat for the Kircaldy and Cowdenbeath constituency, at the Adam Smith College in Kirkcaldy, Scotland May 7, 2010. Britain was set for an inconclusive result to its closest election in three decades, with a forecast making the Conservatives the largest party, but just short of a parliamentary majority. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 07, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown kisses his wife Sarah after retaining his parliamentary seat for...
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown kisses his wife Sarah after retaining his parliamentary seat for the Kircaldy...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown kisses his wife Sarah after retaining his parliamentary seat for the Kircaldy and Cowdenbeath constituency, at the Adam Smith College in Kirkcaldy, Scotland May 7, 2010. Britain was set for an inconclusive result to its closest election in three decades, with a forecast making the Conservatives the largest party, but just short of a parliamentary majority. REUTERS/David Moir(BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 06, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives for the count for the constituency of Kircaldy and Cowdenbeath,...
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives for the count for the constituency of Kircaldy and Cowdenbeath,...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives for the count for the constituency of Kircaldy and Cowdenbeath, at the Adam Smith College in Kirkcaldy, Scotland May 7, 2010. An exit poll published after voting ended in the election on Thursday suggested the Conservatives would emerge as the largest party, but fall short of an outright majority in parliament. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 06, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and his wife Sarah, arrive for the count for the constituency...
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and his wife Sarah, arrive for the count for the constituency...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and his wife Sarah, arrive for the count for the constituency of Kircaldy and Cowdenbeath, at the Adam Smith College in Kirkcaldy, Scotland May 7, 2010. An exit poll published after voting ended in the election on Thursday suggested the Conservatives would emerge as the largest party, but fall short of an outright majority in parliament. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 06, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown smiles as he arrives with his wife Sarah to a polling station in...
North Queensferry, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown smiles as he arrives with his wife Sarah to a polling station in North...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown smiles as he arrives with his wife Sarah to a polling station in North Queensferry in Fife, Scotland May 6, 2010. Britons began voting on Thursday in what is forecast to be the closest election since 1992, with the opposition Conservatives struggling to convert their opinion poll advantage into an outright majority. The six latest newspaper polls put the Conservatives between six and nine percentage points ahead of Labour, making them the largest party, but denying them outright control. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 06, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah leave after casting their votes in Kirkcaldy...
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown and his wife Sarah leave after casting their votes in Kirkcaldy
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah leave after casting their votes in Kirkcaldy in Scotland May 6, 2010. Britons began voting on Thursday in what is forecast to be the closest election since 1992, with the opposition Conservatives struggling to convert their opinion poll advantage into an outright majority. The six latest newspaper polls put the Conservatives between six and nine percentage points ahead of Labour, making them the largest party, but denying them outright control. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gives his final campaign speech to Labour Party supporters in Dumfries,...
Dumfries, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gives his final campaign speech to Labour Party supporters in Dumfries,...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gives his final campaign speech to Labour Party supporters in Dumfries, Scotland May 5, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 06, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives at a polling station to cast his vote in Kirkcaldy, Scotland...
Kirkcaldy, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown arrives at a polling station to cast his vote in Kirkcaldy
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives at a polling station to cast his vote in Kirkcaldy, Scotland May 6, 2010. Britons began voting on Thursday in what is forecast to be the closest election since 1992, with the opposition Conservatives struggling to convert their opinion poll advantage into an outright majority. The six latest newspaper polls put the Conservatives between six and nine percentage points ahead of Labour, making them the largest party, but denying them outright control. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University, northern...
Bradford, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University, northern England May 5, 2010. Britain's party leaders criss-crossed the country making a final push for votes in the last day of campaigning before Thursday's parliamentary election as two opinion polls pointed to an inconclusive result. One poll indicated that Labour, in power since 1997 but battered by recession and public anger over a parliamentary expenses scandal that has tainted all the main parties, could still win the greatest number of seats. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University, northern...
Bradford, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University, northern England May 5, 2010. Britain's party leaders criss-crossed the country making a final push for votes in the last day of campaigning before Thursday's parliamentary election as two opinion polls pointed to an inconclusive result. One poll indicated that Labour, in power since 1997 but battered by recession and public anger over a parliamentary expenses scandal that has tainted all the main parties, could still win the greatest number of seats. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 05, 2010
A television screen shows archive footage of Britain's Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, before an address...
Bristol, United Kingdom
A television screen shows archive footage of Britain's Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, before an address...
A television screen shows archive footage of Britain's Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, before an address by opposition Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, at a party rally in Bristol in southwest England May 5, 2010. Party leaders made a final push to win over millions of undecided voters before an election on Thursday that is expected to be one of the closest in decades and decide how the economy recovers from recession. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gives his final campaign speech to Labour Party supporters in Dumfries,...
Dumfries, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown gives his final campaign speech to Labour Party supporters in Dumfries,...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown gives his final campaign speech to Labour Party supporters in Dumfries, Scotland May 5, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown visits the Yorkshire Produce Market with his wife Sarah (L) in...
Leeds, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown visits the Yorkshire Produce Market in Leeds
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown visits the Yorkshire Produce Market with his wife Sarah (L) in Leeds May 5, 2010. Brown's Labour party gained an opinion poll boost on the final day of campaigning ahead of Thursday's election, but three national newspapers came out in support of opposition parties. Conservative leader David Cameron campaigned through the night and Brown made an early visit on Wednesday morning to market workers in northern England to woo the one-third of voters said still to be wavering. REUTERS/Lewis Whyld/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's former prime minister Tony Blair visits the Earcroft Children's Centre in Darwen, Lanchashire...
DARWEN, United Kingdom
Britain's former prime minister Blair visits the Earcroft Children's Centre in Darwen
Britain's former prime minister Tony Blair visits the Earcroft Children's Centre in Darwen, Lanchashire May 4, 2010. Britain's political leaders planned to campaign through the night on Tuesday in a final push for votes, two days before a parliamentary election that opinion polls suggest will be the closest in nearly 20 years. Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Labour Party, in power since 1997, trails the opposition Conservatives by seven or eight points before the May 6 vote, according to the latest polls. REUTERS/Dave Thompson/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University, northern...
Bradford, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to students and supporters at Bradford University, northern England May 5, 2010. Britain's party leaders criss-crossed the country making a final push for votes in the last day of campaigning before Thursday's parliamentary election as two opinion polls pointed to an inconclusive result. One poll indicated that Labour, in power since 1997 but battered by recession and public anger over a parliamentary expenses scandal that has tainted all the main parties, could still win the greatest number of seats. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown visits the Yorkshire Produce Market with his wife Sarah (R) in...
Leeds, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown visits the Yorkshire Produce Market in Leeds
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown visits the Yorkshire Produce Market with his wife Sarah (R) in Leeds May 5, 2010. Brown's Labour party gained an opinion poll boost on the final day of campaigning ahead of Thursday's election, but three national newspapers came out in support of opposition parties. Conservative leader David Cameron campaigned through the night and Brown made an early visit on Wednesday morning to market workers in northern England to woo the one-third of voters said still to be wavering. REUTERS/Lewis Whyld/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown visits the Sheffield Forgemasters steel mill in Sheffield May 4,...
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown visits the Sheffield Forgemasters steel mill in Sheffield
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown visits the Sheffield Forgemasters steel mill in Sheffield May 4, 2010. Britain's party leaders campaigned around the clock on Tuesday in a final push for votes, two days before a parliamentary election that opinion polls suggest could redraw the political map. Prime Minister Gordon Brown hinted that he could step aside if his Labour Party fails to win a fourth consecutive election on Thursday, as most polls suggest. Picture taken May 4, 2010. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS HEADSHOT BUSINESS)
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May 05, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to workers at Sheffield Forgemasters in Sheffield, central...
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to workers at Sheffield Forgemasters in Sheffield
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to workers at Sheffield Forgemasters in Sheffield, central England May 4 2010. Britain's party leaders campaigned around the clock on Tuesday in a final push for votes, two days before a parliamentary election that opinion polls suggest could redraw the political map. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks at a Labour Party rally at Granada Studios in Manchester,...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks at a Labour Party rally at Granada Studios in Manchester,...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks at a Labour Party rally at Granada Studios in Manchester, north west England May 4, 2010. Party leaders campaigned around the clock on Tuesday in a final push for votes, two days before a parliamentary election that opinion polls suggest could redraw the political map. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, accompanied by his wife Sarah and actor Ross Kemp (L), speaks...
LEAMINGTON SPA, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown speaks to students at Warwickshire College in Leamington Spa
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, accompanied by his wife Sarah and actor Ross Kemp (L), speaks to students at Warwickshire College, in Leamington Spa, central England May 4, 2010. Britain's political leaders planned to campaign through the night on Tuesday in a final push for votes, two days before a parliamentary election that opinion polls suggest will be the closest in nearly 20 years. Brown's ruling Labour Party, in power since 1997, trails the opposition Conservatives by seven and 11 percent before the May 6 vote in the two latest opinion polls. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks at a Labour Party rally at Granada Studios in Manchester,...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown speaks at a Labour Party rally at Granada Studios in Manchester, north west England...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks at a Labour Party rally at Granada Studios in Manchester, north west England May 4, 2010. Party leaders campaigned around the clock on Tuesday in a final push for votes, two days before a parliamentary election that opinion polls suggest could redraw the political map. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 04, 2010
Britain's former prime minister Tony Blair (R) talks with Phil Woolas, the Labour party candidate for...
DENSHAW, United Kingdom
Britain's former prime minister Blair visits the Rams Head Inn in Denshaw
Britain's former prime minister Tony Blair (R) talks with Phil Woolas, the Labour party candidate for Oldham East and Saddleworth, during a visit to the Rams Head Inn in Denshaw, Lancashire May 4, 2010. Britain's political leaders planned to campaign through the night on Tuesday in a final push for votes, two days before a parliamentary election that opinion polls suggest will be the closest in nearly 20 years. Prime Minister Gordon Brown's Labour Party, in power since 1997, trails the opposition Conservatives by seven or eight points before the May 6 vote, according to the latest polls. REUTERS/Dave Thompson/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 04, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah (2nd L) walk through Coventry rail station in...
Coventry, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Brown and his wife Sarah walk through Coventry station
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah (2nd L) walk through Coventry rail station in central England, May 4, 2010. Britain's political leaders planned to campaign through the night on Tuesday in a final push for votes, two days before a parliamentary election that opinion polls suggest will be the closest in nearly 20 years. Brown's ruling Labour Party, in power since 1997, trails the opposition Conservatives by seven and 11 percent before the May 6 vote in the two latest opinion polls. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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May 03, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown greets Labour Parliamentary Candidate Angela Smith during a visit...
Basildon, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown greets Labour Parliamentary Candidate Angela Smith during a visit...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown greets Labour Parliamentary Candidate Angela Smith during a visit to Abby Couriers in Basildon, southern England May 3, 2010. Opinion polls indicated on Monday Britain remained on course for a parliament with no outright majority, raising the rare prospect of a minority or coalition government after Thursday's election. REUTERS/Chris Radburn/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 02, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (C), watched by Labour MP Glenda Jackson (R), speaks to party supporters...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to party supporters at the North London Tavern in north...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (C), watched by Labour MP Glenda Jackson (R), speaks to party supporters at the North London Tavern in north London May 2, 2010. Four new polls on Saturday reinforced the Conservative party's momentum just five days before Britain's closely fought parliamentary election, which increasingly looks set to end Labour's 13-year rule. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 02, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown waves as he leaves after speaking to Labour Party Activists at...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown waves as he leaves after speaking to Labour Party Activists at...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown waves as he leaves after speaking to Labour Party Activists at Harrow West's campaign headquarters, in north London May 2, 2010. Britain's political leaders launched personal attacks against each other on Sunday ahead of Thursday's parliamentary election, with opinion polls showing support growing for the Conservative Party. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS ELECTIONS SOCIETY)
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May 02, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to a Sunday congregation at the Church of the New Testament...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to a Sunday congregation at the Church of the New Testament...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks to a Sunday congregation at the Church of the New Testament in Streatham, south London May 2, 2010. Four new polls on Saturday reinforced the Conservative party's momentum just five days before Britain's closely fought parliamentary election, which increasingly looks set to end Labour's 13-year rule. REUTERS/Lewis Whyld/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 02, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown meets residents in Dulwich and West Norwood, in south London May...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown meets residents in Dulwich and West Norwood in south London
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown meets residents in Dulwich and West Norwood, in south London May 2, 2010. Four new polls on Saturday reinforced the Conservative party's momentum just five days before Britain's closely fought parliamentary election, which increasingly looks set to end Labour's 13-year rule. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 03, 2010
Britain's opposition Conservative Party leader David Cameron is heckled by Labour supporters as he leaves...
Blackpool, United Kingdom
Britain's opposition Conservative Party leader David Cameron is heckled by Labour supporters as he leaves...
Britain's opposition Conservative Party leader David Cameron is heckled by Labour supporters as he leaves a campaign event in Feltham, West London May 3, 2010. Opinion polls on Monday indicated the country remained on course for a parliament with no outright majority, raising the rare prospect of a minority or coalition government after Thursday's election. REUTERS/Carl de Souza/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 03, 2010
Britain's Former Prime Minister Tony Blair and former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith speak to a supporter...
Redditch, United Kingdom
Britain's Former Prime Minister Tony Blair and former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith speak to a supporter...
Britain's Former Prime Minister Tony Blair and former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith speak to a supporter as they campaign in Redditch, central England May 3, 2010. The final Reuters/Ipsos MORI marginals poll, which surveys voters living in the kind of constituencies held by the ruling Labour party that the Conservatives need to win for a majority, shows support for the parties in these seats is neck and neck. REUTERS/David Jones/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 02, 2010
A girl reacts as she gets caught in handshakes between Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and supporters...
London, United Kingdom
A girl reacts as she gets caught in handshakes between Britain's PM Brown and supporters after a party...
A girl reacts as she gets caught in handshakes between Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and supporters after a party meeting in a pub in Kilburn, north London, May 2, 2010. Four new polls on Saturday reinforced the Conservative party's momentum just five days before Britain's closely fought parliamentary election, which increasingly looks set to end Labour's 13-year rule. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 02, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown meets residents in Dulwich and West Norwood, in south London May...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown meets residents in Dulwich and West Norwood in south London
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown meets residents in Dulwich and West Norwood, in south London May 2, 2010. Four new polls on Saturday reinforced the Conservative party's momentum just five days before Britain's closely fought parliamentary election, which increasingly looks set to end Labour's 13-year rule. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 02, 2010
Labour supporters shelter from the rain as they wait for Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown to arrive...
London, United Kingdom
Labour supporters shelter from the rain as they wait for Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown to arrive...
Labour supporters shelter from the rain as they wait for Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown to arrive to meet residents in Dulwich and West Norwood, in south London May 2, 2010. Four new polls on Saturday reinforced the Conservative party's momentum just five days before Britain's closely fought parliamentary election, which increasingly looks set to end Labour's 13-year rule. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 02, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives to speak to community leaders at the Inspire Community...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives to speak to community leaders in south London
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown arrives to speak to community leaders at the Inspire Community Centre in Camberwell, south London May 2, 2010. Four new polls on Saturday reinforced the Conservative party's momentum just five days before Britain's closely fought parliamentary election, which increasingly looks set to end Labour's 13-year rule. REUTERS/Dan Kitwood/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 02, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) watches a dance troupe during a campaign stop at a community...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown watches a dance troupe during a campaign stop at a community centre...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) watches a dance troupe during a campaign stop at a community centre, in south London May 2, 2010. Four new polls on Saturday reinforced the Conservative party's momentum just five days before Britain's closely fought parliamentary election, which increasingly looks set to end Labour's 13-year rule. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 01, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown is framed between a cameraman and a TV camera as he speaks at the...
Sunderland, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown is framed between a cameraman and a TV camera as he speaks at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland, May 1, 2010. Support for Britain's ruling Labour party has slipped, putting it nine points behind the opposition Conservatives, an opinion poll showed on Friday. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
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May 01, 2010
Julian Borthwick (C) is removed from a Labour Party event after interrupting Britain's Prime Minister...
Sunderland, United Kingdom
Julian Borthwick is removed from a Labour Party event after interrupting Britain's Prime Minister Gordon...
Julian Borthwick (C) is removed from a Labour Party event after interrupting Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown at the National Glass Centre, in Sunderland May 1, 2010. Support for Britain's ruling Labour party has slipped, putting it nine points behind the opposition Conservatives, an opinion poll showed on Friday. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 01, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, watched by his wife Sarah (L), talks to two children during a...
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to two children during a visit to a Tesco supermarket in...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, watched by his wife Sarah (L), talks to two children during a visit to a Tesco supermarket, in Newcastle, northern England May 1, 2010. Support for Britain's ruling Labour party has slipped, putting it nine points behind the opposition Conservatives, an opinion poll showed on Friday. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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May 01, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (2nd L) and his wife Sarah (3rd L)arrive to campaign in Newcastle,...
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah arrive to campaign in Newcastle
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (2nd L) and his wife Sarah (3rd L)arrive to campaign in Newcastle, northern England May 1, 2010. Support for Britain's ruling Labour party has slipped, putting it nine points behind the opposition Conservatives, an opinion poll showed on Friday. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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April 30, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to supporters at the unveiling of Labour's new poster campaign...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to supporters at the unveiling of Labour's new poster campaign...
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to supporters at the unveiling of Labour's new poster campaign in Birmingham, central England April 30, 2010. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
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April 30, 2010
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell (R) watch a gymnast at the Sir...
Loughborough, United Kingdom
Britain's PM Brown watches gymnast at Loughborough University
Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and Olympics Minister Tessa Jowell (R) watch a gymnast at the Sir John Beckwith Sports Centre at Loughborough University, East Midlands, England April 30, 2010. Britons go to the polls on Thursday in what is expected to be the closest election since 1992. REUTERS/Lewis Whyld/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS EDUCATION)
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