Election Daily: Parties make final pitch to voters on eve of vote

Leaders hit the campaign trail for the last time before voters head to the polls.

Key Points
  • Political leaders issue pleas to voters on last day of General Election campaigning
  • First Minister John Swinney warns of a ‘knife-edge’ race between SNP and Labour
  • Alex Cole-Hamilton says Liberal Democrat MPs will be ‘local champions’
  • Tories warn voting reform could hand SNP seats at Westminster

Political leaders in Scotland are making their final pitches to voters ahead of the snap General Election on Thursday.

First Minister John Swinney is on the campaign trail urging Scots to back the SNP as he warns of a “knife-edge” battle with Scottish Labour.

Meanwhile, the Scottish LibDems are promising to be “local champions” if elected while the Tories warn that even a small number of votes for Reform could hand the SNP more seats.

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