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31 July 2013updated 26 Sep 2015 12:01pm

Forget the Sun, this is OUR Britain

What if other papers followed up on the Sun's front page?

By Alex Hern

The Sun‘s front page today is… odd:

All the things which make Britain great! Which, according to them, include the Nissan Micra (an Italian Japanese, obviously, car made in India), Hogwarts (not actually real), easyJet (shit) and, of course, the Sun on an iPad.

Still, it got us thinking, what would other papers look like if they did the same thing?

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