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The election's smaller parties after your vote

While there is more focus on the larger national parties, the Daily Politics Election Special looked at more than a dozen smaller parties after your vote.

Each day we talked to the leaders and key figures from the parties that don't always make the news.

While most people know something about the nationalist parties and the likes of of UKIP, Greens and the BNP, there were other parties in the fray as well.

Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn have been investigating parties of all sizes.

UKIP: Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage on the party's bid for power

GREEN PARTY: Caroline Lucas

Caroline Lucas on the Green campaign

SNP: Deputy leader Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon on election campaign

MONSTER RAVING LOONY PARTY: Alan (Howlin Laud) Hope

Raving Loony's Alan (Howlin Laud) Hope

SDP: Raymond Allerston

Raymond Allerston on the SDP

ANIMALS COUNT: Richard Deboo

Richard Deboo from Animals Count

ENGLISH DEMOCRATS: Robin Tilbrook

Robin Tilbook on an English Parliament

BNP: Simon Darby

BNP's Simon Darby on manifesto launch

TRADE UNION AND SOCIALIST COALITION: Dave Nellist

Former Labour MP Dave Nellist who is now joint leader of the TUSC

COMMUNIST PARTY: Robert Griffiths

Communist leader Robert Griffiths on its bid for power

CHRISTIAN PARTY: Rev George Hargreaves

Christian Party's Rev George Hargreaves

MEBYAN KERNOW: Dick Cole

Mebyon Kernow's bid for greater powers for the county to runs its own affairs

HEALTH CONCERN: Richard Taylor

Health Concern's Richard Taylor

LIBERAL PARTY: Rob Wheway

Differences between Liberal and Liberal Democrat parties

LIBERTARIAN PARTY: Chris Mounsey

Libertarian Party's bid for one seat

UKIP: Lord Pearson

UKIP leader wants hung Parliament

PLAID CYMRU: Ieuan Wyn Jones

Plaid leader on Welsh election battle

RESPECT PARTY: George Galloway

George Galloway on Respect's chances



SEE ALSO
The Big Interviews with Andrew Neil
14 Apr 10 |  Daily Politics
The election's smaller parties
14 Apr 10 |  Daily Politics
Andrew Neil's Morning Reports
14 Apr 10 |  Daily Politics
On the Road with UK voters
14 Apr 10 |  Daily Politics


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