BBC's coverage of the 1992 General Election in the UK, that resulted in the Conservatives achieving their fourth consecutive election victory.

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Cast

Credited cast:
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Himself - Presenter
Peter Sissons ...
Himself
Peter Snow ...
Himself
John Cole ...
Himself - BBC Political Editor
Peter Kellner ...
Himself
Anthony King ...
Himself - University of Essex (as Professor Anthony King)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Herself - Reporter
George Alagiah ...
Himself - Reporter
Rupert Allason ...
Himself - Conservative
David Amess ...
Himself - Conservative
Janet Anderson ...
Herself - Labour
Erl Annesley ...
Himself - GP Fundholder (as Dr Erl Annesley)
Jeffrey Archer ...
Himself - Former Conservative Deputy Chairman
Paddy Ashdown ...
Himself - Leader, Liberal Democrats
...
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BBC's coverage of the 1992 General Election in the UK, that resulted in the Conservatives achieving their fourth consecutive election victory.

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A myth popped up that the BBC predicted a Labour victory. In fact, it was only one of their 3 predictions with the middle prediction (the one they were most confident of) being a hung parliament. The fact that the Conservatives won led to the phrase "the poll was wrong in 92" or variants thereof being used in every BBC election coverage by members of the parties since. See more »

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Featured in The Alan Clark Diaries: Into the Wilderness (2004) See more »

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