1. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson making his way to lectern at rally
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister:
"We have a national duty, a national duty between now and 10:00 tomorrow night to find every vote we can to save our country from disaster. Because we all know what happened two years ago, we know that we cannot trust the opinion polls. And we know that this contest is tight and getting tighter. And tomorrow, the choice for our amazing country could not be starker. Indeed I can't remember an election in my political lifetime when there has been such a yawning chasm between the two possible futures for this country."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister:
"And imagine the reaction, I can tell you the reaction, if our incredible country, fifth biggest economy in the world, was led by a Hamas-backing, IRA-supporting, anti-Semitism condoning appeaser of the Kremlin, because that's what he is (refering to Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn)."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister:
"What is it that we're going to do? We're going to get Brexit done, we are going to get Brexit done. He (Corbyn) would have another referendum on the EU. That's what he would do. And I don't know what you feel, but I think whether you voted leave or remain, I think it's time for this country to come together and move on and honour the will of the people of this country. And we can. We can do it, can't we? We have got a deal, as I never tire of telling you it is oven-ready, or microwave-ready, pick your cooking style, just add hot water. It's there, it's ready to go."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Boris Johnson, British Prime Minister:
"Above all, we can move on. We can move on with the incredible progress that we've made just in the last 130 days. The biggest ever cash boost to the NHS (National Health Service). How many new hospitals are we going to build? 40, correct. 50,000 new nurses - 50,000 more nurses I should say while the BBC are checking - 50,000 more nurses we are going to deliver as part of the plans we put in place now. How many more police officers we are recruiting? 20,000 more police. What are we doing with every school, every primary, every secondary school in the country? We're investing. We're lifting up the funding for every primary school, every secondary school in the country. And we're going to get on with our One Nation programme, are we? That's what we can do. That's what we can do if we get Brexit done. But we can only do it if we get Brexit done."
Britain's Prime Minister on Wednesday said that he expected the result of the general election to be "tight".
Boris Johnson made the remarks on the last day of the campaign, as political leaders dashed around the country trying to win over millions of undecided voters.
Johnson also repeated his slogan "Get Brexit done”" having focused relentlessly on Brexit throughout the campaign.
He says that if he wins a majority on Thursday, he will get Parliament to ratify his "oven-ready" divorce deal with the EU and take Britain out of the bloc as scheduled on January 31.
As a slogan, "Get Brexit done" is both misleading and effective.
If Britain leaves the EU on January 31 it will only kick-start months or years of negotiations on future trade relations with the bloc, involving tough trade-offs between independence and access.
Britain's first December vote since 1923 is being held more than two years early in hopes of breaking Britain’s political deadlock over the country’s stalled departure from the European Union.
But for many voters, Thursday's election offers an unpalatable choice.
Both Johnson and Corbyn have personal approval ratings in negative territory, and both have been dogged by questions about their character.
Johnson has been confronted with past broken promises, untruths and offensive statements, from calling the children of single mothers "ignorant, aggressive and illegitimate" to comparing Muslim women who wear face-covering veils to "letter boxes".
Corbyn has been accused of allowing anti-Semitism to spread within the party.
The 70-year-old left-winger is portrayed by opponents as an aging Marxist with unsavory past associations with Hamas and the IRA.