Britain's Closest Election in a Generation Goes Down to the Wire

It's down to the wire in Britain's elections. Campaigning in Britain's most unpredictable election in a generation entered its final day today. Britain's two main parties are about dead even in most polls. All signs point to neither party being on track to command a majority in the parliament. Despite five weeks of campaigning, neither Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative party nor Ed Miliband's opposition Labour has a clear lead. The polls indicate to a potentially messy and uncertain outcome after Thursday's vote. Candidates from other parties could figure into the makeup of the eventual parliament.