Britain's selfie obsessed election campaign

Prime Minister David Cameron among those keen to get in front of the camera
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Prime Minister David Cameron has a selfie taken with supporters outside the village hall in Norton Sub Hamdon in the Yeovil constituency on April 26, 2015 in Somerset, England. The Conservative leader was visiting the constituency to host a party rally and to support Tory hopeful Marcus Fysh who is hoping to seize the seat currently occupied by Liberal Democrat David Laws who won in 2010 with a 13,000 majority and has been a Lib Dem stronghold for over 30 years. Britain goes to the polls in a general election on May 7. (Getty Images)
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British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) takes a 'selfie' photograph with party activists during a Conservative Party UK general election campaign event in Norton Sub Hamdon near Yeovil, south west England on April 25, 2015. British Prime Minister David Cameron hit back Sunday at critics who claim his re-election campaign lacks passion, insisting he has the will to win a knife-edge poll on May 7. (AFP/Getty Images)
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London Mayor and Parliamentary candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, Boris Johnson, squeezes past school girls as they attempt to take a selfie photograph with him as he meets supporters and members of the public on April 27, 2015 in Enfield, London, England. Boris Johnson spoke in support of local Conservative candidate Nick de Bois during a visit to the north London constituency as campaigning continues ahead of the general election. (Getty Images)
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A man takes a selfie photograph with London Mayor and Parliamentary candidate for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, Boris Johnson, as he meets supporters and members of the public on April 27, 2015 in Enfield, London, England. Boris Johnson spoke in support of local Conservative candidate Nick de Bois during a visit to the north London constituency as campaigning continues ahead of the general election. (Getty Images)
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A Labour party member takes a selfie as Justine Thornton, the wife of Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour Party joined Stockton South candidate Louise Baldock campaigning on April 27, 2015 in Stockton, England. The visit to this key marginal seat comes as Ed Miliband gave a speech in the town earlier in the day ahead of what is predicted to be one of the most closely fought General Elections in decades on May 7. (Getty Images)
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First Minister of Scotland and leader of the SNP Nicola Sturgeon poses with a supporter for a selfie photograph during a UK general election campaign visit to The Cook School in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, southwest Scotland on April 27, 2015. Britain goes to the polls on May 7 to elect a new parliament. SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon, whose party is expected to win most of Scotland's House of Commons seats amid surging support after last year's rejected independence referendum, wants to do a post-election deal with Labour. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (2R) has a selfie photo taken with supporters at the Tops Day Nursery in Corfe Mullen as he canvasses with Liberal Democrat candidate for Mid Dorset and North Poole Vicki Slade (R) on April 27, 2015 near Poole, England. As the campaign enters the final ten days the country's political parties are stepping up the campaign to appeal for votes from the undecided electorate. (Getty Images)
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First Minister of Scotland and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) Nicola Sturgeon poses for a selfie with a supporter as she launches the SNP's Women's Pledge, committing the SNP to further action to promote gender equality on the steps of the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow on April 25, 2015. (AFP/Getty Images)