This is how the right-wing press are backtracking on Theresa May

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It was predicted he would lose.

It was said he was an 'enemy of business'.

The Sun listed a catalogue of prime ministerial non-conformities on its front page, calling him a terrorist's friend, a destroyer of jobs, a puppet of unions.

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Tomorrow's front page tells a different story:

'Don't chuck Britain in the Cor-bin' on 8 June became the very simple headline 'Mayhem' on 9 June.

Centre right Financial Times was among those papers saying that May's choice to hold an election was a mistake.

While The Times saw her bid to increase her majority in the Parliament as a gamble, that seems to have failed.

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