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Britain / Elections / Person Interview #415845

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 30, 1997
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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) The impending start of balloting in the British elections reported; Mory/"Times" survey on the British elections cited. ["Financial Times" political editor Robert PESTON - assesses the Labour Party's record lead, the possibility of an unprecedented majority for Tony Blair and what the levels of majority would mean for a Blair government and how much a Labour government might make changes; compares the campaign styles of Blair and President Clinton; predicts the voter turnout in this long, negative campaign.] The standing of the three leading candidates at a local pub reviewed.

Bowker, Hilary

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