Conservative opposition leader David Cameron has cast his ballot in his Oxfordshire constituency along with millions of other voters across the country as Britain decides its next government.
Cameron continues to lead his rivals in the polls and this time tomorrow the Tory leader will be hoping he will be heading to Downing Street. But, current Prime Minister Gordon Brown has no intention of letting go of the keys of Number 10 just yet. Earlier he voted along with wife Sarah in his Kirkcaldy constituency.
Around a third of the British electorate are thought to be undecided and with the final result expected to go to the wire, all the odds point to a ‘hung parliament’. That would mean a coalition government, with the Liberal Democrats of Nick Clegg becoming potential kingmakers. Seen casting his vote in Sheffield Clegg has said he would find it hard to do a deal with Brown if Labour finish third. However he has not ruled out working with a new Labour leader.
Around a third of the British electorate are thought to be undecided with the final result expected to be a photo finish.