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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016

A DESPERATE attempt to keep David Cameron in Downing Street was under way last night as Britain made its historic decision in the EU referendum. On a night of high drama, senior Tories launched a pre-emptive strike to try to prevent the Prime Minister...

Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016
6/24/2016: Front Page: THE £100bn PARASITE BANKERS
SHAMELESS bankers were last night gambling billions of pounds on the EU referendum. Hedge funds had commissioned private exit polls to steal a march on the official declaration. Armed with the advance information – and a £100billion war chest – their...

Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016
6/24/2016: Front Page: Swingers muckfest at Glasto

SEX-mad swingers have arrived at the Glastonbury Festival for muddy romps in tents. Wifeswappers mingled with innocent music fans at Worthy Farm.

London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016

THE final poll of the referendum campaign shows a narrow lead for Remain, the Evening Standard reveals today. The Ipsos MORI survey exclusively in this paper shows 52 per cent wanting to stay in the European Union, against 48 per cent for a Brexit....

The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016
6/24/2016: Front Page: Brexit MPs pledge loyalty to PM

DAVID CAMERON has a “mandate and a duty” to continue as Prime Minister, Eurosceptic MPs and Cabinet members said last night in an attempt to unite the party following the EU referendum. More than 80 Eurosceptic Tory MPs – including every Cabinet...

The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016
6/24/2016: FRONT PAGE: Party leaders reach out to divided nation after bitter EU referendum

David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn are preparing to reach out today to the millions of British people who voted to leave the EU, as they seek to heal the wounds of a bitterly fought referendum that has divided the nation. An opinion poll published at...

The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016
6/24/2016: News: The referendum has damaged our democracy

It would seem the height of logic for amateur democrats to argue that holding a referendum is a good thing to do. Power to the people and all that: let’s go down the Swiss route, and give citizens control of their lives by inviting them to choose their...

The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 24 June 2016
6/24/2016: Front Page: Final poll on EU predicts narrow win for Remain

A poll conducted after voters cast their ballot in yesterday’s historic referendum suggested that the UK has decided to remain in the European Union by a narrow margin. The survey by Yougov showed that Remain had won by 52 per cent to 48 per cent...

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