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UK election special - on air from 2100GMT

Ros Atkins Ros Atkins | 21:15 UK time, Thursday, 6 May 2010

Listen live / Latest updates from BBC News

I'm in the studio with Robin, and we've Krupa and Tom monitoring all of your calls and messages.


04.58: Election special programme coming to an end but the debate continues here and across the BBC.

04.26: China Daily is optimistic that whoever wins, it won't affect China-UK relations.

04.21: interesting comment from the Economist here.

02.47: NY Times responds to a possible hung parliament here.

02.41: Jon Snow has his say here - we were all wrong 'none of the above.'

1.55: You can follow live updates on this US blog site.

23.51: New York times live blogging the election results here.

23.02: California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has tweeted that he has called David Cameron to congratulate him

22:51:Houghton and Sunderland South constituency first results in...goes Labour's way although down 12%

22:44: Mandelson: "The public has won the election"

22:25: David Cameron will fall 19 seats short of a Commons majority, according to a joint BBC/Sky/ITV exit poll.

22:05: BBC economics editor Robert Peston on his blog after big falls on US markets: Will the new British government inherit responsibility for the second global financial crisis in less than two years?

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