Here Are The Newspaper Front Pages About Brexit

    Britain voted to leave the European Union following a tense referendum campaign on 23 June.

    The Sunday Times (backed Leave)

    Sunday Times / Via Twitter: @juliewintrup

    The Sunday Telegraph (backed Leave)

    Telegraph / Via Twitter: @hendopolis

    The Independent (backed Remain)

    Independent / Via Twitter: @hendopolis

    Sunday People (backed Leave)

    Sunday People / Via Twitter: @hendopolis

    Sunday Mirror (backed Remain)

    Mirror / Via Twitter: @hendopolis

    Der Spiegel – Germany (no official backing)

    Der Speigel

    Libération – France (no official backing)

    Libération / Via Twitter: @jamesfraney

    The New Yorker – USA (no official backing)

    The New Yorker / Via Twitter: @NewYorker

    Daily Mail (backed Leave)

    Daily Mail / Via Twitter: @hendopolis

    Saturday edition.

    The Independent (backed Remain)

    The Independent / Via Twitter: @6ce7358ffd594eb

    Saturday edition.

    The Guardian (backed Remain)

    The Guardian / Via Twitter: @mr_skylord

    The Daily Telegraph (backed Leave)

    The Daily Telegraph / Via Twitter: @BBCNews

    Daily Star (backed Leave)

    Daily Star / Via Twitter: @BBCNews

    Saturday edition

    i Weekend (no official backing)

    i Paper / Via Twitter: @siobhan_norton1

    Saturday edition.

    Daily Mirror (backed Remain)

    Mirror / Via Twitter: @hendopolis

    Saturday edition

    The Sun (backed Leave)

    The Sun / Via Twitter: @davebik

    Saturday edition.

    The Times (backed Remain)

    The Times / Via Twitter: @politiconline

    The Press and Journal – Scotland

    Press and Journal / Via Twitter: @pressjournal

    Il Manifesto – Italy (no official backing)

    Il Manifesto / Via Twitter: @gerontecontena

    Saturday edition.

    The Mirror (backed Remain)

    The Mirror / Via Twitter: @DailyMirror

    The i Paper (no official backing)

    The i Paper / Via Twitter: @olyduff

    The Sun (backed Leave)

    The Sun / Via Twitter: @SunPolitics

    Daily Mail (backed Leave)

    Daily Mail

    Daily Record (backed Remain)

    Daily Record / Via Twitter: @Daily_Record

    The Independent (backed Remain)

    The Independent / Via Twitter: @Independent

    The Times (backed Remain)

    The Times / Via Twitter: @thetimes

    Scottish Daily Mail (backed Remain)

    Scottish Daily Mail

    Metro (no official backing)

    The Metro / Via Twitter: @suttonnick

    The New York Times – USA (no official backing)

    NYT / Via Twitter: @edzitron

    Daily Express (backed Leave)

    Daily Express / Via Twitter: @uknewspaper

    The Guardian (backed Remain)

    The Guardian / Via en.kiosko.net

    Dagens Nyheter – Sweden (no official backing)

    Dagens Nyheter / Via Twitter: @DagensNyheterMJ

    The Wall Street Journal – USA (no official backing)

    The Wall Street Journal / Via Twitter: @BullFan2016

    The Economist (backed Remain)

    The Economist / Via Twitter: @TheEconomist

    Le Monde – France (no official backing)

    Le Monde / Via Twitter: @LeonBertoletti

    "The United Kingdom quits Europe"

    Bild – Germany (no official backing)

    Bild / Via Twitter: @tanit

    On Thursday, as Britain voted on its membership in the European Union, Bild said it would acknowledge the controversial goal that allowed England to beat Germany in the 1966 World Cup if Britain stayed in the EU. Friday's headline "The Wembley Promise" refers to this.

    The Washington Post – USA (no official backing)

    The Washington Post / Via en.kiosko.net

    Herald Sun – Australia (no official backing)

    Herald Sun / Via Twitter: @damonheraldsun

    Financial Times – EU Referendum special edition (backed Remain)

    Financial Times

    Laura Silver is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.

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