Election campaign failing to engage some voters

As the general election approaches, and with the prospect of another hung parliament, the result in many areas could be decided on just a handful of votes.

But the number of people going to the ballot box has been steadily falling since the 1950s.

The BBC's Chris Buckler visited Enniskillen, County Fermanagh - a town in the most marginal constituency in the UK - to see if people will be voting.