UK polls: Cameron describes Miliband as a "dangerous" man on final day of campaigning
May 6 , 2015
Party leaders are making a final attempt to sway people to their side on the last day of campaigning before the UK general elections.
Urging people to vote for the Tories, Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain was stronger than it was "five years ago”. Labour’s Ed Miliband said that if elected, his government would put “working people” first.
Upping the ante, Cameron described Miliband as a “very dangerous” man who was attempting a “con trick” to win power.
Polls indicate that the two main parties, Conservative and Labour, are running neck-and-neck.