'The main political party leaders are continuing to push their election pledges to voters, as the campaign enters its final few days.
Conservative leader Boris Johnson says in a open letter that Thursday's poll is "historic" and a choice to "move forwards" after Brexit.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the election is a "chance to vote for hope" and he has "the most ambitious plan to transform our country in decades".
The UK goes to the polls on Thursday.
With just four days to go, the candidates are travelling around the country in a bid to spread their election messages.
Among the manifesto pledges being highlighted by the main UK parties on Sunday are:
- a Conservative promise to introduce an Australian-style points-based immigration system to control unskilled migration
- a Labour plan to "head off the social care crisis" by offering free personal care for older people and an additional £10bn of funds by 2023-4
- a so-called regional rebalancing programme from the Lib Dems, which would see £50bn invested in infrastructure outside of London
Meanwhile, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon is warning "the very future of Scotland" is at stake in the election.
She is appealing to voters to back her party "to escape Brexit, protect the NHS, and to put Scotland's future in Scotland's hands".'
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