UK’s future in your hands, Starmer tells general election voters

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Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey said: “This government is out of touch, it’s out of excuses and it’s out of time – and it’s time to get this Conservative government out of office.

“And if we do, we can transform our politics, we can sort out the crisis in the health and care system, we can get our economy back on track, we can end the sewage scandal and we can get the fair deal people deserve.”

Scotland’s First Minister John Swinney said the general election was a chance to “remove the Tory government and put Scotland first by voting SNP”.

“People in Scotland know we stand up for them and protect them from the damage done by Westminster,” he posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Reform UK, which is neck-and-neck with the Lib Dems in the polls, said voters had a “clear choice” between the Tories, who had “broken Britain”, and “Starmergeddon” under Labour.

“It’s only Reform UK’s common sense policies that can now save Britain,” said the party’s leader Richard Tice.

The Green Party of England and Wales – from the opposite end of the political spectrum – also promised “common sense” policies, and said it was aiming to get four MPs elected to Parliament.

Co-leader Adrian Ramsay said: “Across the country, people will have the chance to vote for a Green candidate offering voters hope and practical solutions to the cost-of-living crisis, supporting people into warm, affordable homes, protecting our NHS and cleaning up our toxic rivers.”

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