Millions of britons flock to polling stations - including the political parties and their leaders - to put together a new parliament.
Thursday processions millions of britons to the polling stations, when it must be decided who Britain's next prime minister should be.
Also the political parties and their leaders have been past their local polling stations to cast their vote.
Not unusual for the incumbent prime minister, Boris Johnson, pulled to attention, when he took his dog, Dilyn, to the polling station and gave it a smækkys in the head.
this is The third time in five years, Britain will hold parliamentary elections, and the will of the british press called "generation main options", where brexit has been by far the biggest issue in the election campaign.
polling stations opened at 08 gmt and closes at 23.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 12 December 2019, 22:00