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Jeremy Corbyn finds sneaky way to get people to check their nearest polling station

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British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and his wife Laura Alvarez pose for a photo after voting in the general election in Islington, London.
British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and his wife Laura Alvarez pose for a photo after voting in the general election in Islington, London.
Image: Thanassis Stavrakis/AP/Shutterstock

Jeremy Corbyn has a surprise for you. But it’s not at all what you’re thinking.

On Election Day in the UK, the Labour Party leader tweeted that he’d been informed “personal images” from his past had been sent to the media and would be published. 

“Here’s the truth,” he wrote, and posted a bit.ly link alongside it. 

Obviously, I clicked. And I bet you did too. 

The link, however, didn’t take people to a page explaining these “personal images” but instead directed them to a polling station locator site. 

Here’s a screenshot of where the link will take you: 

Jeremy Corbyn tweets sneaky way to get people to check their nearest polling station

Well played, Corbyn. 

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