Some of today's front pages have provoked a very strong reaction 4 years ago

Some of today's front pages have provoked a very strong reaction

This was bound to happen.

There's a day to go until the general election, and the Conservative Party are expected to still have their House of Commons majority on Friday.

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However, that hasn't stopped some elements of the press coming after Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party.

"Apologists for Terror" - screams the Daily Mail, with photos of Corbyn, John McDonnell and Diane Abbott on the front page.

The newspaper accuses the Labour trio of "befriending Britain's enemies" and urges their readers to "vote to save Britain."

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The Sun also urge their readers to vote for the Tories and Theresa May on Thursday.

They claim to have investigated 'Jezza' - hopefully in a more rigid manner than they investigated the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, when the newspaper published lies about the unlawful deaths of 96 Liverpool supporters.

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The Daily Express claim that unless people vote Tory, the country faces disaster under "Labour's hard-left rabble" and their nonsense about social justice.

The three front pages provoked such a strong reaction that journalist Neil Henderson, who regularly tweets the front pages of newspapers, had to remind people that he's merely the messenger, and not to vent their anger towards him.

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