British Electioneering

Saturday, April 07, 2001

The recent foot-and-mouth epidemic in Britain has forced Prime Minister Tony Blair to push back the date of the upcoming general election. But even with an extra month of electioneering British politicians, with strict limitations on their use of the media, have a hard time getting the message out. Our UK correspondent, Gareth Mitchell examines the 'cup of tea' approach.

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