Bush, Janet
May 2005
New Statesman;5/2/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4738, p11
Reports on the voting patterns in the West Country of England. Campaigning of Oliver Letwin of the Conservative Party; Unpopularity of Tony Blair; Protests against the Iraq war that took place in the region; Expectations that the Liberal Democrat candidate, Justine McGuinness, will win by a narrow victory.


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