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There is just one full day of campaigning left in the general election and the parties have been making their final frantic efforts to win votes in the Anglia region.
Ed Miliband was in Kempston, near Bedford, today for a question-time session with supporters.
And elsewhere in the region, Eric Pickles was visiting Tory marginal constituencies in Norwich and the Green leader Natalie Bennett was in Cambridge - one of the party's target seats.
Our political correspondent Emma Hutchinson has been following the main parties throughout the campaign.
With just two days of campaign left until polling day, Ed Miliband has made an impassioned plea to voters to have their voices heard during a visit to Bedfordshire.
The Labour leader was in Kempston, near Bedford, this morning during one of his final visits of the election.
He told an audience that Thursday's poll was set to be "one of the closest we have ever seen".
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has told ITV News Anglia that he expects the Liberal Democrats to keep the four MPs they have in this area.
The party came second in the Anglia region at the last election but since then support has ebbed away and subsequent local elections have seen the loss of 200 local councillors.
In the last of our interviews with the party leaders, our political correspondent Emma Hutchinson, spoke to Nick Clegg.
A Labour parliamentary candidate for Wellingborough has been convicted after buying hundreds of pounds of rail tickets on a closed account.
Richard Garvie, from Corby, had denied fraud at Wellingborough Magistrates' Court.
His name will still appear on the ballot for next week's election despite being suspended by the Labour Party.
Garvie, who's 30, is due to be sentenced next month. He has said he will appeal against the verdict and has released a statement:
The Electoral Commission's released a statement:
It's set to be the most unpredictable General Election for a generation.
But despite polling day being just a week away, it appears many people still haven't decided which way they are going to vote.
Matthew Hudson has been gauging the temperature of the electorate and the political parties here in the East.
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Here is what the politicians and political parties are talking about on social media as the votes are being counted in the Anglia region.
George Osborne and Ed Balls have shown how important this region is to the general election by returning just hours before the polls open.