Election 2005: latest news and views

29th April 2005 at 01:00
Visit the TES website at www.tes.co.ukelection2005 and find out what the politicians are saying in the run-up to May 5. Have your say on our Election 2005 forum. You'll also find links to the latest news, guides and political party websites in our Election Resources section.

Three teacher candidates for Parliament will be answering readers'

questions from today on the website.

Tim Clark, head of Spalding high in Lincolnshire, is standing for the Conservatives, Michael Jefferys, head of maths at Newmarket upper school, Suffolk, for Labour, and Mark Marsh, head of geography at New Brompton college in Kent, for the Liberal Democrats.

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