12 December 2019 18:33
Millions of Brits are heading to the polls today to cast their votes in the general election. Party leaders and parliamentary candidates have been campaigning for weeks, vying for your vote in this election. Here is everything you need to know about the exit poll. Election results live stream: How to watch election results come in How to vote: What time can you vote until - How is the election going? What is the exit poll?
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