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15 April 2010updated 02 Aug 2021 12:51pm

Election 2010: week two in pictures

The best photographs from the second week of the election campaign.

By Meenal Vamburkar

 

Monday: David Cameron stops to get a cup of tea from “Chubby’s” mobile café in Reading, Berkshire.

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Monday: Gordon Brown and his wife, Sarah, vist the Converteam factory in Rugby, Warwickshire. 

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Monday: Labour’s election campaign director, Douglas Alexander, talks to the press on a tour bus near Rugby. 

Monday: Gordon Brown launches the Labour manifesto at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. 

The Liberal Democrat shadow chancellor, Vince Cable, talks to staff of a charity that works with the homeless and disadvantaged in Swansea.

David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, leave Battersea Power Station in London after the Tory manifesto launch.

Tuesday: The Tory shadow foreign secretary, William Hague, launches the Conservative manifesto outside the town hall in Bolton, Lancs.

Tuesday: William Hague meets the public at the Cosy Café in Bolton.

Labour officials hold the door open for Gordon Brown, Sarah Brown and Sam Prince of the National Health Service (and for the TV cameras).

All photographs from AFP/Getty Images.

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