General Election Announced

Posted: April 20, 2010 by orlandoayli in news
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g76l5wUgjb4

The general election was called by Gordon Brown on the of April 2010. The United Kingdom general election will be held on the of May. The race for the new United Kingdom government has begun with all candidates fighting for votes. The three main parties are Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat. The leaders of the three parties are Gordon Brown for Labour, David Cameron for the Conservatives and Nick Clegg for the Liberal Democrats

Secondary classroom journalist ROH

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Comments
  1. ryan says:

    It is so good that i wish i could read more hope to see more on this subject

  2. orlandoayli says:

    wow i like it its got alot of info in it good job

    • Aleunam says:

      I was interested to read your election report. I wonder if you have been able to find out what the three policial parties policies are for Health and Education, given that you attend a hospital school at present.

  3. Bernard says:

    Did you see the TV debates? I watch them with my friends and their eight-year-old son. I turned to him as the credits rolled and asked – who do you think ‘won’?

    He said Lib Dems straight off. How interesting I thought, what is it that makes a leader ‘win’ these debates? What are we judging them by?

    • evelinasec says:

      Nice to see you here Bernie. I was wondering if you had seen the new posts. Maybe someone would like to write a post about what you have just written.
      🙂

  4. orlandoayli says:

    can you comment on mine please?

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