From packing fish to flying a microlight: Politicians get stuck in on final day of campaigning

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    Politicians have been doing their best to grab the attention of voters on the final day of campaigning before Thursday’s elections.

    While Prime Minister Boris Johnson was seen happily cycling in Stourbridge, Labour leader Keir Starmer visited a foodshare project in Pontefract.

    As seen in the video above, London Mayor Sadiq Khan was also on the campaign trail and keen to talk to cyclists.

    SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon visited a fish processing plant in Aberdeen, before enjoying a pint in the nearby village of Alford – while Chancellor Rishi Sunak tucked into some chips in Rhyl, Wales.

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