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Jo Swinson reminds voters there is an alternative to Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn

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Jo Swinson reminds voters there is an alternative to Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn

Jo Swinson reminds voters there is an alternative to Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn

Jo Swinson at a Liberal Democrat campaign event in Glasgow.

She meets supporters and poses for photos before saying the polls mean nothing as not a single vote has been cast.

The latest Ipsos MORI poll shows support for Ms Swinson’s party has dropped by 4% between October and November, now standing at 16%.

Ms Swinson insisted it was still possible for her to walk into Downing Street after the December 12 election.


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