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6 May 2010updated 27 Sep 2015 2:21am

Election day front pages

From Bullingdon to Obama, plus the Daily Mail’s bad taste.

By Ian K Smith

At the end of an election campaign whose uncertainty has led to some of the most partisan journalism in recent memory, here are the election day efforts of the major papers:

 

Times: The fate of the nation

Times 06 May

Daily Mirror: Our prime minister? Really?

Mirror 06 May

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Guardian: Cameron eyes the prize

 Guardian 06 May

 

Daily Mail: Burning issue for Britain

Daily Mail 06 May

 

Sun: Our only hope

Sun 06 May  

 

Independent: The people’s election

Indy 06 May 

Daily Telegraph: Day of destiny

Telegraph 6 May 

Financial Times: UK bonds reach highs as markets gamble on Tory election triumph

FT 06 May