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Britain votes: Polls open in third general election in less than five years

SBS Thursday, 12 December 2019
Voting has begun in Britain, in a crucial general election - with latest opinion polls showing Prime Minister Boris Johnson locked in a tight battle to win a majority and deliver his Brexit plans.
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This is the U.K.&apos;s third general election in less than five years. But this one&apos;s a pretty huge deal.

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