‘Love Actually, Vote Tactically’ - Hugh Grant reveals support for tactical voting
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The actor Hugh Grant has revealed his support for tactical voting in the general election in a series of tweets.
Famous for many roles - and notably for starring as David in the 2003 Christmas RomCom Love Actually - Grant has spoken out about how people can best vote to prevent a Tory majority.
"Young people - today is your last chance. Register to vote or I will make another enchanting romantic comedy. registertovote TACTICALLY," Grant said.
One person replied: "Love Actually, Vote tactically".
READ MORE: A tactical vote is the only option for RemainREAD MORE: Green Party supporters backing Labour or Lib Dem candidates could stop Boris Johnson win, claims Gina MillerAfter receiving an array of support, and some backlash, Grant wrote another tweet, saying: "To my trolls- I love you and will miss you when this is over. But tell me - why are you so busy at night? It's almost as though you're not on UK time. And you get SO angry about Russia...."
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