When British PM Theresa May called a snap election just seven weeks ago, some were calling it a stroke of genius that would cement the Conservatives' hold on power. However flip-flops and a wooden performance on the campaign trail have gone a long way to dissolving the party's 20-point lead in the polls. Between Brexit, terrorism and greater government intervention, what will decide Thursday's election?
Produced by Yi SONG, François WIBAUX and Van MEGUERDITCHIAN.
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