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6 May 2015

A round-up of the general election 2015 front pages

Bacon and Cleggs.

By Media Mole

It’s the election tomorrow, and the papers have snapped.

Here are their splashes:

 

“Guys, make sure you don’t vote for that disgusting party that has bringing down GP waiting times at the heart of its manifesto. Oh wait.”


Photo: Mail Online Twitter

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Bottom of the trough stuff from the Sun.

Photo: The Sun Twitter

 

Establishment parties with their powerful friends in the media, eh.

Photo: Daily Express Twitter

 

Cutting welfare isn’t funny but Boris’s profile in the wind for no reason sure is.


Photo: Guardian Twitter

 

Straying from the pack with an alternative montage of old white men in suits.


Photo: FT Twitter

 

Swallowing the Tories’ wilful misunderstanding of the constitution one briefing at a time.


Photo: The Times Twitter

 

“Quick! Find me a loose-lipped Tory grandee!”


Photo: Mirror Twitter

 

“Look at this evil political mastermind. Those children are probably stuffed puppets.”


Photo: Telegraph Twitter

 

The three wise men. But what about Nigel Farage’s “important ideas on freedom”?


Photo: Indpendent Twitter