General election: Last day on the campaign trail in pictures

Party leaders are touring the UK on the last day of campaigning before voters go to the polls on Thursday.

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Image caption Leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, started his day speaking to activists at a rally on Buchanan Street in Glasgow. During his speech Mr Corbyn criticised the prime minister for cutting police numbers and pledged that Labour would put more officers on the streets.
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Image caption Mr Corbyn told supporters at a later event in Phoenix Park, Runcorn that five more years of the Conservatives would mean "five more years of NHS cuts".
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Image caption Prime Minister Theresa May's first stop was London's Smithfield Market. She was accompanied by her husband, Philip, who will be at her side throughout the day.
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Image caption Mrs May went on to visit Atherley Bowling Club in the constituency of Southampton Test, which Labour won in 2015 with a majority of less than 4,000. The PM is saying Brexit will bring more jobs, more homes and better transport links.
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Image caption Tim Farron is focusing on various key target seats for the Liberal Democrats. Mr Farron and Ade Adeyemo, local candidate for Solihull, made breakfast for visiting journalists at Cafe Shirley, a German cafe in Solihull.
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Image caption St Albans is an area which voted Remain in last year's EU referendum and leader Tim Farron has been talking about the "detrimental effect on businesses that Brexit will have". While visiting the The Kings Arms pub, Mr Farron took the opportunity to pull a pint.
Image caption UKIP are out campaigning in the east of England. Here is leader Paul Nuttall meeting supporters in Great Yarmouth.
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Image caption In Scotland, the SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has warned that a vote for Labour risks "handing the keys of No 10" to Theresa May.
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Image caption The leader of Plaid Cymru has labelled Theresa May's election campaign a "disaster" and said it has put the Conservatives in a "precarious position". Leanne Wood made the comments during a speech to party activists and supporters at the Ystradfechan Recreational Grounds in Treorchy, South Wales.
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Image caption Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas visited serviced offices in Brighton which can be hired by small businesses and freelancers. She says she discussed the party's policies on promoting "co-working, innovation and small businesses".