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Political pints the order of the day at London pub

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Political pints the order of the day at London pub

Political pints the order of the day at London pub

Credit: Greene King.

With election fever hitting the nation this week, a London pub has devised an unusual way of testing it punter’s voting preferences – by giving them a chance to order a pint with their chosen political leader’s face printed in the foam.

A Greene King pub, the Two Chairmen in Westminster, will be offering guests ‘political pints’ this week - from Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn, to Nicola Sturgeon and Nigel Farage – to help gauge public opinion ahead of the general election this Thursday 12 December.

Millions of Brits are expected to cast their vote this Thursday in what promises to be one of the most definitive electoral showdowns in recent history, as voters will have to decide who takes the country through the January 31 Brexit departure date and following negotiation phase with the EU.

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