Kirsty Henderson (Catherine Tate), Laura Williams (Nina Sosanya), and Steven Crosswell (Mark Gatiss) are clerks at a polling station in a south London school on the night of the 2015 election, dealing with a cross section of the public, such as Grace Botchway (Llewella Gideon), who falls down and is terrified people will see what she put on her slip. She is helped up by elderly Fred Norris (Timothy West), prompting Kirsty to recall fatalities she has known while on polling duty. Swedish journalist Tilde Larson (MyAnna Buring) arrives as Kirsty has achieved some YouTube celebrity breaking down the locked school doors when she arrived in the morning. Selfies, however, are strictly banned. Confusion arises when Fred is accused of voting twice, though he explains that he is twin brother "Joe", but Laura is aghast at the apparent discrepancy leading to Kirsty involving her non-voting husband in "rectifying" the matter. Excited, if clueless, first time voters, a quarrelsome couple, the ...
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