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Election 2017: Which policies will you vote for? Manifestos at a glance

PUBLISHED: 16:46 08 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:46 08 June 2017

A polling station. Picture: Polly Hancock.

A polling station. Picture: Polly Hancock.

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For those who are still unsure about who to vote for in today’s general election, the Recorder has put together a summary of the parties key policies.

Ukip's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah Ukip's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah

Whether it’s investing more cash into the NHS, Brexit, or the environment that is top of your agenda, our infogram outlines the key pledges made by Labour, the Conservatives, Ukip, Liberal Democrats and the Greens.

Keep checking the Recorder website for all your up-to-date information as votes are counted through the night.

Labour's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah Labour's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah

Conservative's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah Conservative's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah

Green Party's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah Green Party's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah

Lib Dem's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah Lib Dem's key election pledges. Picture: Ann-Marie Abbasah

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