In pictures: the election count in 2010

IT seems like yesterday, and at the same time it seems like so long ago. As we all get ready to go counting at the Somers Town sports centre tomorrow night, a quick look back on the last general election count (then twinned with council elections) in Camden. It was at Haverstock School, and everybody looked younger and had long hair. Tamsin Omond was standing as independent, Nigel Rumble as a Conservative. Tulip Siddiq looks fresh-faced at the start of her adventure, Theo has yet to grow his beard, Katie Davies was still writing for the Ham and High and Paul Braithwaite is loving his irritant t-shirt. Andrew Marshall and Don Williams haven’t changed a bit, but I’m guessing Abdul Hai’s kids looks a bit different now.

2 Comments on In pictures: the election count in 2010

  1. John Bryant // May 6, 2015 at 6:15 pm // Reply

    Good to see the photo of the happy trio in West Hampstead again. Now viewed in my office in Harrow. Keith and Gillian have not changed much in that time. I could not possibly comment on myself!

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  2. Constantine Buhayer // May 7, 2015 at 11:46 am // Reply

    Amazing how awake everyone looks, considering it was such an all-nighter and then a cartload of daylight hours, too.

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