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The leaders of Britain's main political parties have all cast their votes as millions of people across the country headed to ballot stations before they closed at 10pm.
Nick Clegg with his wife Miriam in Sheffield Hallam (Picture: PA)
Labour leader Ed Miliband with his wife Justine at Sutton village hall in Doncaster (Picture: PA)
Nigel Farage at the Eastcliff community housing office in Ramsgate (Picture: PA)
Natalie Bennett heads to the polling station in Camden, London (Picture: PA)
Nicola Sturgeon arrives with her husband Peter Murrell at Broomhouse Community Hall in Glasgow (Picture: PA)
Leanne Wood at a polling station in Penygraig with the party's candidate for Rhondda, Shelley Rees-Owen (Picture: PA)
DUP leader Peter Robinson (left) with the party's East Belfast candidate Gavin Robinson (Picture: PA)
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