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with voting just hours away across the u. k. there's a lost the stash to sway the undecideds , i'm worse is reported jake agrees in westminster where with campaigning in this last day party leaders are making a final push for power , spoiling their best efforts leupold still point to the likelihood of a hung parliament , gov says it's neck and neck between conservatives and labour neither one has anything like the kind of numbers they will need in order to achieve a majority in the house , so i headed for a hung parliament but a very hung parliament , where it could be that even a combination of two parties is not enough and perhaps a third needs people ten if a majority speeches , with the race too close to cool the two frontrunners for the prime minister's job on taking no risks , playing it safe with another surprise approach to the final push for votes , when the crunch comes on the awesome selves the question , do i trust it miliband with the economy will do i want to stick with the plan on the team , turning the country right i think we can do very well on thursday and crossed that line my message to all of those undecided voters , but even after they closed in the votes are counted , u. k. might only be one step closer to its next government