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Video: A shortened version of our interviews with all of the candidates

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BRITAIN goes to the polls tomorrow (Thursday) and candidates up and down the country are vying for those thousands of still undecided voters.

Are you are one of the many people who are unsure who to vote for?

Last week Newburytoday ran videoed interviews with all of the local candidates, putting your questions to the potential politicians.

Here we have compiled a shortened video with all of the candidates' answers to one of the most important questions on local residents' minds - What do you think is the biggest issue affecting West Berkshire and what would you do to tackle it?

Hear what each of the five candidates standing in the Newbury constituency said.

Polling stations will be open at venues across the district from 7am until 10pm tomorrow.

For the full interviews with each candidate click on the links below.

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  • NewburyDenizen

    08/06/2017 - 12:12

    I'm waiting for the feelings of disappointment and renewed despair of humanity to return with these results, so many people, so short sighted, so afraid...A vote for the tories is to admit the terrorists have won, we'll be sacrificing our human rights, giving in to fear and allowing a glorified librarian who's massively out of touch with the modern world and the majority of citizens to control how we live our lives for the foreseeable future. That's not to mention the NHS, the injustices towards the elderly/sick and underhanded weapons deals with those self same muslims that all the tory supporters are so terrified of.

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  • NewburyLad

    07/06/2017 - 19:07

    A vote for Liberal Undemocrats or for Labour is a vote for even more immigration, even more oversubscribed services and even more Islamic terrorism on our streets. Labour and Liberal Undemocrats are two cheeks of the same ass and they are both highly dangerous to your future and your children's future.

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    • EugeneStryker

      08/06/2017 - 14:02

      NewburyLad, at the Police Federation Conference in 2015 (when Theresa May was Home Secretary and accused the Police of scaremongering when it came to police cuts) Damien O'Reilly to whom May had presented the Community Police Officer of the Year award in 2010 pointed out that the Police cuts were causing the loss of community policing leading to intelligence drying up and the police not knowing what is going on. And yet here you are supporting a party who have cut 20,000 police officers and by the time they're though it will be another 30,000. Simply put, you are politically illiterate.

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    • GloriousE

      07/06/2017 - 20:08

      Nice try Mr Benyon! If you are not Mr Benyon, then you are no better than a fool for supporting such a man!

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  • NewburyLad

    07/06/2017 - 19:07

    Don't think about voting for the Liberal Undemocrats.

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    • GloriousE

      07/06/2017 - 20:08

      I am a Labour supporter but will be voting Lib Dem to ensure that Mr Benyon does not get in.

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      • Basher

        07/06/2017 - 20:08

        Thinking that you voting Lib Dem will ENSURE that Mr Benyon will not get in explains why you are normally a Labour supporter - a hopeless case !

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  • juzzthefuzz

    07/06/2017 - 14:02

    Don't even think about voting for Benyon.

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