There are only two days left of campaigning in Britain’s general election – the closest contest in decades.
If polls predictions are correct, the country could be heading for a hung parliament with David Cameron as the new prime minister.
Such a prospect has seen the media focus on the party leaders and their various efforts to put as much distance between themselves in the push for marginal seats.
Yesterday saw each leader addressed the same audience at London’s Methodist Central Hall.
Nick Clegg’s Liberal Democrats have blown the race for Number 10 wide open as he’s won support claiming to represent change.
Polls suggest millions of people are yet to make up their minds but it is clear Gordon Brown is facing huge opposition not just when he’s trying to speak to convince the country that Labour is best placed to see the Britain through these turbulent economic times.