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General Election 2017: Follow us live tonight as it unfolds

PUBLISHED: 15:08 08 June 2017 | UPDATED: 18:17 08 June 2017

A police officer will be station outside every polling station in the borough. Picture: POLLY HANCOCK

A police officer will be station outside every polling station in the borough. Picture: POLLY HANCOCK

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The polls are open and the Ham&High and Broadway teams are here to follow the local story of the general election as it unfolds in some of the most fiercely-contested seats in the land.

Clockwise from top left, Jon King, Emma Youle, Anna Behrmann and Emily BanksClockwise from top left, Jon King, Emma Youle, Anna Behrmann and Emily Banks

Reporters, clockwise from top left, Jon King, Emma Youle, Anna Behrmann and editor Emily Banks will bring you all the latest from the election counts for Hampstead and Kilburn, Holborn and St Pancras, Hornsey and Wood Green and Finchley and Golders Green.

As the polls close and votes are counted tonight, our reporters will be updating you here from 10:30pm and on social media from the counts with all the latest news, information and observations - and of course the results as soon as they come in.

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Go down to your local polling station and cast your vote. Here’s everything you need to know about voting.

You can’t just turn up to any polling station - you have to go to the one you’re assigned to.

You can find out where you are registered to vote by looking at the top of your polling card, which you will have received through the post,

If you’ve not received your polling card, but you know you’ve registered check online here


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