The Guardian is looking to talk to people whose views on the election differ to those of other family members or partners
On Thursday Britain will go to the polls to vote in the general election 2017. The big issues leading the campaign this year include Brexit, security, education, the economy, the environment, immigration and the NHS. Discussions are going on across the UK with voters talking about what matters to them.
For some, however, this may lead to disagreement. And there will be a number of voters who have very different beliefs to friends, family and even their spouses or partners.
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