General Election 2019: how the newspaper front pages look today

As the country wakes up to the results of the third general election in five years - and the largest Tory majority since the 1980s, here is what the national papers are reporting.

The Daily Mirror: 'Nightmare Before Xmas'

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    The Mirror's front page has the headline 'Nightmare Before Christmas' - the paper endorsed Jeremy Corbyn.

    The Times: 'Election poll points to Johnson landslide'

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    The Times headline states the poll results simply and reflects on the biggest Tory victory since Thatcher, and the worse Labour for 80 years.

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    The Sun: 'The dog's bollox'

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    The Boris Johnson-supporting Sun's headline reads: 'The Dog's Bollox - a 'crushing' victory for Bojo with a majority of 86 seats'.

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    The Daily Mail: 'Rejoice! Boris set for thumping win'

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    The Daily Mail has a jubilant headline of 'Rejoice! Boris set for Thumping Win'.

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    The Guardian: 'Exit poll predicts huge majority for Johnson'

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    The Guardian headline states 'Exit Poll Predicts Huge Majority for Johnson' following the 'shock early forecast'.

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    i: 'Johnson unleashed'

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    The i paper's headline simply says 'Johnson Unleashed' and reports on the spread of seats with one mining community 'dropping' Labour after 70 years.

    Daily Express: 'Victory for Boris... and for Brexit!'

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    The Express's front page reports 'Victory for Boris...and for Brexit!'

    The Scotsman: 'Johnson's election gamble pays off'

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    The Scotsman headline reads 'Johnson's election gamble pays off'.

    The Daily Telegraph: 'Johnson on course for landslide'

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    The paper that counted Boris as a columnist reports on the exit poll.

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