The Tory victory, of course, dominates the nation’s newspapers on Friday.

Some hailed Boris Johnson’s landslide victory gleefully, such as The Sun and the Daily Mail.

Other right-leaning titles played a slightly straighter bat, including the Daily Express – which cheered the result as a win for Brexit – and The Daily Telegraph.

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The left-leaning Daily Mirror, however, called the Tory landslide a “nightmare”.

The Times and The Guardian reported on the biggest Conservative win since the days of Margaret Thatcher.

As did The Independent, the i and Metro.

The Daily Star took a cheekier angle, reporting the victory to “Clown Prince” Boris Johnson, or “Bozo The Clown” as it calls him.

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And the Financial Times, which went to print before the result was clear, has led with European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde setting out her vision for the institution.