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27 September 2010updated 27 Sep 2015 2:12am

Labour leadership: front-page gallery

What the newspapers papers have to say about Ed Miliband’s victory.

By Staff Blogger

The Telegraph leads with the “death” of New Labour:

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The Times focuses on the new leader’s union support and a potential “shift to the left”:

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The Financial Times tackles possible positions on the Budget deficit:

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The Mirror profiles the new leader, offering an exclusive interview:

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The Guardian speculates how David Miliband will fit into his brother’s regime:

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The Mail, too, leads with the “death” of New Labour:

 

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And the Independent devotes most of its front page to North Korea, but trails its commentators’ take on the “new era”:asdf