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Thursday, 14 June, 2001, 07:55 GMT 08:55 UK

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Broadcasting House
What was the impact of online coverage of the election? The BBC's Dan Damon reports.

Breakfast with Frost
Conservative leader William Hague says his party continues 'to fight to win on Thursday.'

The World Tonight
What will the next four years bring for Tony Blair? The World Tonight looks at the potential obstacles in his path.

PM's election coverage
Where next for the Conservatives after the resignation of William Hague? Friday's PM asks commentators and politicians for their view.

The World at One
Before the champagne bottles had been cleared away from Labour's celebration party, the Tory leader William Hague fell on his sword - to the consternation of many in his party.

On The Record
Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, his Shadow Francis Maude, and Menzies Campbell, the Lib Dem spokesman on Foreign Affairs, debate foreign policy with John Humphrys.

Newsnight
It's the end of the campaign and Newsnight brings you the final reports and polls from the campaign trail.

Hague goes
William Hague takes a back seat while Tony Blair is back in the hot seat. The World at One gets full reaction from both the winners and the losers.

BBC Television election coverage
Click above to watch a quick run-through of the main moments of election night.

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