British pound volatility has recently increased, not only because the general election is approaching, but also because some opinion polls suggest a hung parliament. The latest YouGov/ Time voting intention survey shows that support for the Conservatives declined markedly to 42% while the Labours gained +3 points to 39%. The 3-point lead by the Conservatives is the narrowest since PM Theresa May has called for the snap election in April. The Liberal Democrats hovered around single-digit, the UKIP remained on 4% and votes for other parties are at 8% (from 7%). Converting percentages to numbers, PM May's Conservative Party, while remaining the biggest party, might lose as much as 20 seats, down from 330 to 310, in the upcoming general election. If the election outcome results in a hung parliament, it would be the second time since 1974, and the seventh time since the beginning of the 20th century.