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In Pictures: Final Friday on the campaign trail

In a week’s time the result of the General Election should be known.

A young girl talks to Liberal Democrat Leader Jo Swinson during a visit to the Parkview Community Playgroup in Hampshire (Aaron Chown/PA)
A young girl talks to Liberal Democrat Leader Jo Swinson during a visit to the Parkview Community Playgroup in Hampshire (Aaron Chown/PA)


The candidates and party leaders have spent their last Friday on the campaign trail hoping to sway undecided voters and cement the support they have already garnered ahead of Thursday’s General Election.

The Prime Minister started his day with a visit to the Grodzinski Bakery in Golders Green, north London (PA)
Boris Johnson at St Pancras Station in London on board a train to go on the General Election campaign train in Kent (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Mr Johnson unveiled a campaign poster while at the Kent Event Centre in Maidstone (Stefan Rousseau/PA)
Protesters outside the PM’s campaign event in Rochester, Kent. He was due to give a stump speech to Tory supporters near the Ye Arrow pub, but cancelled the visit blaming ‘logistical reasons’ (PA)
Liberal Dem leader Jo Swinson met a future voter during a visit to the Parkview Community Playgroup, Hiltingbury Community Centre in Hampshire (Aaron Chown/PA)
Jeremy Corbyn holds up a leaked document relating to Brexit and Northern Ireland (Jonathan Brady/PA)
The Labour leader said the document shows Boris Johnson has been lying about Brexit (Jonathan Brady/PA)
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie helps make Scotch pies during a visit to Stuart’s Bakery in Methil (Jane Barlow/PA)
Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster addressing business leaders at NI Chamber’s 5 Leaders 5 Days event in Belfast (Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry/PA)
Ann Widdecombe during a Brexit Party defence briefing at the Emmanuel Centre in London (Victoria Jones/PA)
Scottish Tory leader Jackson Carlaw gave a speech urging voters to back his party and stop a second independence referendum (Jane Barlow/PA)
The set being prepared in Maidstone ahead of the BBC prime ministerial debate (BBC/PA)



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