Great shots of Harold Wilson, George Brown, and Ted Heath campaigning for votes.
Great documentary explaining the British Voting system, in the context of the 1950 Election.
Clement Davies, Leader of the Liberal Party outlines the party's plans for the General Election.
Winston Churchill speaks in advance of the 1950 General Election.
Labour Government defeated after Campbell scandal.
Lloyd George calls on people not to vote for the National Government at the General Election.
MacDonald calls for support for the National Government in the forthcoming General Election.
Leader of he Labour Party Mr Clement Attlee addresses the people.
The Cabinet meet to decide the date of the General Election. Newspapers print the news.
Trailer urging people to vote "in the best interests of the Nation".
Election scenes in various locations around London and the country.
Crowds gather to hear results in Trafalgar Square, New Cabinet visits the Palace.
Trafalgar Square is jammed with people waiting for General Election results.
Lloyd George and Sir John Simon give speeches in preparation for General Election.
Ted Heath campaigns in 1970 General Election - Results come through on screen in London.
Labour cabinet emergency conference.
The Conservative party win the 1951 General Election with a small majority.
Prime Minister Attlee announces the next General Election. Pathe ask people what they think.
Massive crowds turn out for the results of the General Election, Trafalgar Square, London.
John Parsons interviewing people after the general election of 1950
General election scenes in London as results come in, Socialist G. Lansbury gives speech.
Good coverage of the 1964 General Election.
Sir Archibald Sinclair addresses the people on behalf of the Liberal Party.
Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin, and Clement Attlee, Leader of the Opposition, put their policies forward for the General Election.
Conservatives win general election.