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PICTURES: The highs and lows of Haringey’s election count

18:55 23 May 2014

Adam Jogee celebrates his election victory in Hornsey for Labour. Picture: Tony Gay

Adam Jogee celebrates his election victory in Hornsey for Labour. Picture: Tony Gay

TONY GAY at tonephote@aol.com

Follow the ups, downs and frowns on show at Alexandra Palace overnight as tens of thousands of votes slowly revealed a huge swing to Labour support and a dramatic dressing-down for the Lib Dems.

Just click on the gallery to the right of this text to get a flavour of a very long night that changed the course of history.

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