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the last weekend of the campaign british political leaders couldn't hear frantic forte towns of appearances ahead of thursday's general election most experts think a hung parliament now looks all but certain that puts the focus on he might do a deal with him s. n. p. leader nicola sturgeon urging and miliband to rethink his vow not to agree a pact with her policy nmda customs have spoken to many leann , polls suggest the liberal democrats currently the judea policy in the ruling coalition could face big losses but they could still end up in government would lead to nick clegg keeping his options open the party which has got the kind of most winding sales this got more votes and , and other parties has the , the gist of it right it seems to me in a democracy to try an assembly government is probably too late for any of the parties to significantly change the contest , but with the race this close every vote counts