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Parties stress 'poll differences'

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posted on May, 3 2005 @ 03:20 AM

Voters do have a real choice on polling day, the main party leaders are saying as they enter the final 48 hours of campaigning for Thursday's election.
Tony Blair will set out how his legislative programme would match up to the Tory plans, while Michael Howard stresses he offers "action not talk".

Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy has accused Labour of "running scared".

The latest poll suggests Labour has a 10% lead, although another suggests it is much closer in marginal seats.

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