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Private Eye Has Perfectly Summed Up How The Media Will Cover The Election

The magazine's latest edition sets out the line each newspaper will take for the next four months. Nailed it, once again.

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It's not long until the general election, so prepare for wall-to-wall media coverage. And Private Eye has perfectly summarised how the next general election will be covered by the UK's newspapers.

Private Eye

According to your favourite newspaper's point of view, Ed Miliband is either weird or posh. Meanwhile, David Cameron is either posh or weird.

That's unless you're a fan of the Financial Times, in which case you're just mainly concerned about the effect that the weird one or the posh one will have on the price of pork futures.

The piece is in the latest issue of Private Eye, which is on sale now.

Check out the magazine's website or follow it on Twitter. Or just buy a copy.The general election is on 7 May. It's going to be a long campaign, so get prepared.
Private Eye

Check out the magazine's website or follow it on Twitter. Or just buy a copy.

The general election is on 7 May. It's going to be a long campaign, so get prepared.

Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.

Contact Jim Waterson at jim.waterson@buzzfeed.com.

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