Early indications of Britain's most important election in decades should be known before lunchtime.
Voting is underway across the county, with unprecedented queues of people braving the bad weather to cast their vote.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is promising to deliver on Brexit, while his opponent Jeremy Corbyn is promising more money for healthcare.
The polls have narrowed considerably in recent days.
Political commentator Rod Liddle told Mike Hosking says an exit poll result is due before midday our time.
"The opinion polls over the last 10 years have been all over the place and most of time time wrong, compared to the exit polls which give us a better idea of an expected result."
Liddle told Mike Hosking he expects Johnson to be reelected, but a hung parliament still remains a real possibility.
"It really is too close to call, it's a very tight race."
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