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Decision Day in the UK's general election

Voters in the UK are going to the polls today in one of the most unpredictable general elections in decades. Despite weeks of campaigning, a hung parliament is on the cards with neither of the two main parties expected to win a majority. On the final push Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron urged people to look at his government’s economic record, while Labour leader Ed Miliband said the choice was between five more years of the Tories favouring the rich or a future where working people are put first. Both men insisted they were fighting to win outright. But political experts have put them almost neck and neck with many voters still undecided. “People aren’t overly happy with the Conservative Party at present, but, I think when they walk into the ballot booth, they are going to ask am I really ready for Ed Miliband, or, do I really trust him to run the economy?” said Political commentator Charlie Wolf. The tightness of the race has thrust smaller parties into the lime

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