Glenda Jackson arrives with a spring in her step, Philp is happy too
GLENDA Jackson has just arrived at the Hampstead and Kilburn count and rumours are flying that she is doing better than expected. Hordes of supporters from all the parties are at Haverstock School eagerly flitting between the count and the big screens for
GLENDA Jackson has just arrived at the Hampstead and Kilburn count and rumours are flying that she is doing better than expected.
Hordes of supporters from all the parties are at Haverstock School eagerly flitting between the count and the big screens for the lowdown on the national picture.
Conservative candidate Chris Philp is pleased with the national party swing so far which has been around nine per cent in certain seats including Putney.
He said: "It is very close in Hampstead and Kilburn and difficult to call. It is up and down and left and right.
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"Nationally it seems to be going significantly better than the polls suggested. Justine Greening in Putney had a nine per cent swing.
"That is consistent with a working majority of 30 or 40 which is ahead of what the polls are predicting.
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"If it continues like this and that is a big if then David Cameron could be Prime Minister tomorrow."
Frank Dobson is feeling good about Holborn and St Pancras but thinks the national picture is a little odd.