Polling place

As Britain heads to the polls on election day voters take to the pub. BrewDog is giving anyone who cast a ballot a free pint of beer if they prove they voted with a selfie outside of a polling station. The pints are on the house regardless of who they ticked on the ballot.
The UK has been turning up to the polls for election day, which can only mean one thing - it's time for dogs at polling stations.
The device – which was later found to be 'non-viable' – was destroyed in a controlled explosion.
Pictures of voters queuing in cold drizzle has buoyed hopes of a decent turnout.
The PM broke an election tradition by voting in Westminster, rather than in his Uxbridge and Ruislip South constituency.
A selfie in the voting booth is not a good idea. But taking your dog along? You'd be barking not to.
"Bloke on a cycle passed by, saw his rosette, gave him the finger and abuse."
Some are being told the problems are due to the election only being confirmed at the last minute.
Two polling stations in Kingston have also had to close due to an unexploded WWII bomb.