Britain goes to polls (again) on 8 June 2017, and party leaders have been criss-crossing the country trying to whip up support, but photo opportunities don't always go to plan. IBTimesUK rounds up some of the best (and worst) photos from the General Election campaign so far.

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13 May 2017: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is startled by Cody the dachshund during a campaign event outside the James Paget Hospital in Great YarmouthDan Kitwood/Getty Images
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13 May 2017: Children react as Theresa May meets visitors at the Balmoral Show near Lisburn, Northern IrelandJustin Tallis/AFP
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17 May 2017: A child hides as SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon campaigns with the candidate for East Lothian George Kerevan in Mussleburgh, ScotlandJeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
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13 May 2017: Theresa May speaks with visitors at the Balmoral Show near Lisburn, Northern IrelandJustin Tallis/AFP
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2 May 2017: Prime Minister Theresa May eats chips as she meets with residents in Mevagissey, Cornwall, during a campaign visit ahead of the forthcoming electionDylan Martinez/Reuters
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11 May 2017: Jeremy Corbyn looks around after vehicle hit BBC cameraman Giles Wooltorton at Savoy Place in LondonNeil P. Mockford/Getty Images
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11 May 2017: BBC cameraman Giles Wooltorton is wheeled into an ambulance after his foot was injured by a car carrying Jeremy CorbynNeil Hall/Reuters
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9 May 2017: Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party, reacts as he gets on a bus after a campaign event in LeedsPhil Noble/Reuters
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15 May 2017: Scottish Conservative party leader Ruth Davidson poses for pictures on College Green in WestminsterDan Kitwood/Getty Images
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2 May 2017: Jeremy Corbyn campaigns with local Labour councillor Satvir Kaur in SouthamptonPeter Nicholls/Reuters
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21 April 2017: Liberal Democrat party leader Tim Farron canvasses on the streets after launching the party's general election campaign in ManchesterChristopher Furlong/Getty Images
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15 May 2017: Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer campaigns in Pembrey, south WalesGeoff Caddick/AFP
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16 May 2017: Members of the public take pictures of a defaced road sign referencing Prime Minster Theresa May in HuddersfieldLeon Neal/Getty Images
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15 May 2017: Theresa May walks past a poster for "The Expendables 2" as she makes a campaign visit to Abingdon Market near OxfordJustin Tallis/AFP
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10 May 2017: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn attends a campaign rally at Garforth Leisure Centre, West YorkshireDan Kitwood/Getty Images
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9 May 2017: Labour party Leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks during his general election campaign launch in ManchesterPaul Ellis/AFP
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16 May 2017: Theresa May meets pupils at Nishkam Primary School in BirminghamDan Kitwood/Getty Images
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13 May 2017: Prime Minister Theresa May meets visitors at the Balmoral Show near Lisburn during a campaign trip in Northern IrelandJustin Tallis/AFP
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27 April 2017: Theresa May speaks to supporters at a campaign event at Shine Centre in LeedsAnthony Devlin/Getty Images
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15 May 2017: Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron speaks at the Royal College of Nursing Congress in LiverpoolRichard Stonehouse/Getty Images
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16 May 2017: Members of the public wait for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to attend a campaign rally in Beaumont Park, HuddersfieldLeon Neal/Getty Images
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17 May 2017: Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson throws flour as she poses for a photograph during campaigning with local candidate Allister Jack at Express Bakery in Dumfries, ScotlandJeff J Mitchell/Getty Images
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8 May 2017: Ukip leader Paul Nuttall waits to speak during a press conference in LondonCarl Court/Getty Images
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10 May 2017: Theresa May gestures as she speaks to assembled attendees at marketing services group Linney in MansfieldOli Scarff/AFP
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11 May 2017: Lib Dem leader Tim Farron is interviewed as he meets with resettled Syrian refugees at the Gloucestershire Action for Refugees and Asylum SeekersMatt Cardy/Getty Images
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10 May 2017: Comedian Eddie Izzard campaigns for the Labour party in Mermaid Quay, Cardiff BayMatthew Horwood/Getty Images
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1 May 2017: Nicola Sturgeon tries out a bow and arrow at a May Day event at Turriff in northwest ScotlandMichal Wachucik/AFP
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26 April 2017: First Minister of Scotland and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon poses on a motorbike in StirlingAndy Buchanan/AFP
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10 May 2017: Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, poses for selfies at a campaign event in LeedsPhil Noble/Reuters
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29 April 2017: A UK Independence Party supporter (L) scuffles with a pro-Europe supporter ahead of a visit by Ukip leader Paul Nuttall to HartlepoolIan Forsyth/Getty Images
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3 May 2017: Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, campaigns in BedfordPeter Nicholls/Reuters
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2 May 2017: Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at a campaign event in BristolPeter Nicholls/Reuters
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1 May 2017: Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, accompanied by Banff and Buchan candidate Eilidh Whiteford, visits the May Day event at Turriff in northwest Scotland, ahead of the June 8 general electionMichal Wachucik/AFP
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12 May 2017: Theresa May addresses supporters and members of the media in front of the Conservative party's election campaign bus at an airfield north of NewcastleJustin Tallis/AFP

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15 May 2017: Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labour Party, speaks from a balcony to people who could not fit into the town hall booked for the campaign event in Hebden BridgeDarren Staples/Reuters