Johnson sends the strong call for support before closing

The conservatives and Labour are after the last votes in the polling stations in the Uk close. a Few hours before the polling stations in the Uk closes, the c

Johnson sends the strong call for support before closing

The conservatives and Labour are after the last votes in the polling stations in the Uk close.

a Few hours before the polling stations in the Uk closes, the conservative leader and prime minister, Boris Johnson, sent an email out to his supporters, where he strongly encourages them to vote.

- Our teams on the sites report a high Labour-attendance (opposition party, ed.), it says in the email, which is signed by Johnson.

In the subject line will be the seriousness underlined with a red siren, writes The Guardian.

The Conservative Party and Boris Johnson also calls on the voters to pull the fat in the friends and family.

- This option will be settled on a handful of votes. So make sure that you reach out to vote, and vote conservative, stand on it in the mail.

the Choice of the next prime minister stands between Boris Johnson and leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn.

The Conservative Party stood a long time in the safe style to get an absolute majority in the british parliament.

the Party has, however, lost a bit of air in the latest polls. Therefore, the smaller parties also could be crucial if neither of the two big gets absolute majority in british elections

It is not just the conservatives who are trying to reap the last votes in a few hours again. Also Labour is out with the rake.

On Twitter, calls on the party to knock on the neighbor's door, post it on Instagram and to contact all who may have need to be helped forward to their polling station.

the Polling stations which have been open since 8 o'clock, closes at 23 time. At the same time emits the BBC, ITV News and Sky News all a valgstedsmåling, which is conducted by research firm Ipsos Mori.

a Little after midnight and expected the first results to be announced.

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Updated Date: 12 December 2019, 20:00

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