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The choice tomorrow

With voting to begin at 7am on Thursday, opinion polls say the election is too close to call - the Conservatives need 9 more seats for a majority, but opposition parties only need to make 12 gains to prolong the chaos and uncertainty of a hung parliament.

Vote on Thursday to break the gridlock

Two days before polling day, the Prime Minister is taking nothing for granted - whilst the Conservatives only need to gain 9 seats to get an overall majority, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP only need to gain 12 more to put Jeremy Corbyn in Downing Street at the head of a coalition with

Why I Quit Labour to Stand as the Conservative Candidate for Norwich South

Article Extract from the EDP:

A long-time Labour member who has switched allegiances in a bid to win Norwich South has slammed Jeremy Corbyn's party as "nasty". Dr Mike Spencer backed Labour for two decades after his grandfather bought him party membership for his 15th birthday.