This is how general elections used to be called

Somehow I can’t quite imagine a Prime Minister’s election calling soundbite including the phrase “the provisions of the Representation of the People Act” any more. Nor indeed the response of the major parties to an election been called to be having special meetings of senior party figures. None of this modern flying start stuff.

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