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General Election 2017: What the papers say

The Daily Record, Daily Mirror, The Sun and The National Front Pages on the morning of the General Election
The Daily Record, Daily Mirror, The Sun and The National Front Pages on the morning of the General Election

AFTER seven weeks of party campaigning, General Election polling day has arrived.

On June 8, papers across the country revealed their front pages and many took the opportunity to show support for a particular political party.

Here’s the front papers from Thursday morning:

 

The Daily Express rhymed with a ‘Vote for May today’ headline

daily express

The Daily Mail warned against Labour tax proposals and even provided a guide to tactical Tory voting.

daily mail

The Daily Mirror gave the Labour Party it’s only front page support, calling on the public not to vote for five more years of Tory government.

daily mirror

The Daily Telegraph also gave Theresa May’s campaign their backing

daily telegraph

The Guardian reported on both campaigns, remaining impartial

Guardian

The Sun’s front page directly attacked Jeremy Corbyn, calling him a ‘Marxist Extremist’…

sun

While the Scottish Sun backed Nicola Sturgeon

nic sun

The Times featured both rival leaders and included the quote: “Do not mistake that the ballot is stronger than the bullet.”

The Times

The Daily Record took front page inspiration from the Irvine Welsh classic Trainspotting, and urged voters not to choose Tory.

Daily Rec

 

The Scotsman chose to take an impartial stance and instead focused on the heightened security at polling stations.

 

Scotsman

The National dedicated today’s front page to the SNP and the possibility of a second independence referendum.

National

The Herald chose a balanced approach, with Nicola Sturgeon, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn all pictured.

 

The Herald

 

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