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What's Happening: Britain's Very Close Elections

Going into Thursday's elections, polls placed Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party and Ed Miliband's Labour Party in a virtual dead heat. With issues like the future of the country's EU membership on the table, the uncertainty is thrilling and perhaps maddening.

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