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General Election Polling Booths Pop Up In Boxing Club And Laundrette In Fight Too Close To Call

07/05/2015 14:57 BST | Updated 07/05/2015 15:59 BST

This boxing-club polling booth sums up the General Election - a fight to the end between two political pugilists who, election polls say, couldn't be closer. Well, The Guardian has Ed Miliband's Labour sneaking ahead, but regardless, most predict a hung parliament.

So, with that in mind, and with voter turnout always an issue, polling booths - set up at 50,000 locations around the UK - have popped up in some unusual locations, like boxing clubs and even a laundrette, to ensure everyone can have their say.

Polling Stations Across The Country

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