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Last Updated: Wednesday, 4 May, 2005, 12:01 GMT 13:01 UK
BBC election bus
The BBC election bus has been on the road around the UK for the past 4 weeks.

Stopping off each day in cities, towns and villages, we have been assessing the views of you, the voter.

Find out about the issues that matter as reported by our team on the BBC News election bus.

Using the map below, click on the links to read the stories from each location, from NHS issues in Birmingham to red tape concerns in Reading, to housing problems in Devon.

GUESS THE MILEAGE: How many miles has the bus travelled since day one in Birmingham and its last stop in Northampton?

This competition is now closed.

The correct answer was 2843 miles.

Winner and congratulations to J. Collier, London.

About the BBC election busEdinburgh: Regimental prideDumfries: Farming v supermarketsGateshead: Work-life balanceWindermere: Windfarms, energy and politicsBradford: Asians discuss terrorRochdale: Business fears rising taxesBoston: Migrating to workLeicester: Examining educationBirmingham: Real concerns in the NHSNorthampton: Frustration with politicsCambridge: Transport's testing timesGloucester: Courting the grey voteBelfast: Solving the policing problemCardiff: Policing the mean streetsReading: Red tape painBristol: Battling drugs and crimeDevon: Housing problemsDover: Hands across the Channel?



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