Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron gestures to supporters at Squires garden centre in Twickenham, London on May 5, 2015. AFP PHOTO / POOL / Peter Nicholls
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Britain's political leaders Tuesday began a final push for votes ahead of Thursday's knife-edge election, even as they prepared for the likelihood of protracted coalition talks once polls close.Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron, whose party is running neck and neck with the opposition Labour party in the opinion polls, kicked off a 36-hour tour of the country that will see him campaign through the night.He urged people to give his party a clear mandate to govern or face years of "back-room deals" and "bribes" as Labour sought to form a government with the support of the smaller Scottish National Party (SNP).Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg, whose centrist party has been the junior partner in Cameron's Tory-led coalition for the past five years, is keeping his options open.Clegg's party could lose half of its 57 seats in the 650-seat House of Commons, however.
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