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Millions of voters head to the polls in bumper set of elections

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Today has been dubbed ‘Super Thursday' as voters take to the polls in the biggest test of political opinion since the 2019 general election
Millions will today head out to cast their vote in the biggest test of political opinion since the 2019 general election.
The polls have now opened in every part of England, Scotland and Wales for voters to have their say in a set of elections that could profoundly shake up British politics .
In what has been dubbed as ‘Super Thursday', up to 48 million will be eligible to vote across the UK with the polls opening today from 7am and closing at...
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Local elections 2021 - all you need to know as voters head to the polls

Local elections 2021 - all you need to know as voters head to the polls

1 month ago   |   By The Mirror

People in England, Scotland and Wales are going to the polls today, with local, national, Mayoral and Police and Crime Commissioner contests as Keir Starmer faces his first real election test
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Local elections 2021 - live: Polls open for biggest set of local and devolved contests in nearly 50 years

Local elections 2021 - live: Polls open for biggest set of local and devolved contests in nearly 50 years

1 month ago   |   By The Independent

Follow the latest updates from polling stations across the country
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Elections 2021: The key battlegrounds to watch out for on Super Thursday

Elections 2021: The key battlegrounds to watch out for on Super Thursday

1 month ago   |   By Daily Express

TODAY's "Super Thursday" votes mark the biggest set of polls in the UK outside of a general election.
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Morning papers: Latest Scottish and UK news at a glance on May 6

1 month ago   |   By The Courier

The papers this morning lead with political news as voters head to the polls for the Scottish Parliament elections.
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London mayoral and UK local elections 2021 LIVE: Millions of voters head to the polls in ‘Super Thursday' election - latest updates

1 month ago   |   By Evening Standard

Voters across the UK are preparing to head to the polls on what has been dubbed ‘Super Thursday'.
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