Theresa May will want to avoid the first editions of our national newspapers as they do not make pleasant reading for the Conservative.
There is a stark contrast from yesterday’s papers with The Daily Mail splashing with ‘Britain on a knife edge’ – a change of tone from ‘Let’s reignite British spirit’ on Wednesday.
Both The Sun and the Metro have gone for ‘Mayhem’ while The Guardian are the only national to lead with a picture of Jeremy Corbyn so far.
With exit polls pointing to a possible hung parliament – many of the tabloids strike a less triumphant tone for the Conservative party than yesterday, with many now anticipating embarrassment for May.
The Times‘ front page reads ‘May’s Big Gamble Fails’ – indicating to the possibility that her gamble on a snap election has spectacularly backfired and The Mirror channels this with ‘Hanging by a thread’.