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Normandy Attack: Tomorrow’s Newspapers Today

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Source: #tomorrowspaperstoday hashtag on Twitter

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‘Lured to Their Slaughter’: The Sunday People Cover for Sunday, July 24, 2016

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Americans Confused By System Of Government In Which Leader Would Resign After Making Terrible Decision

WASHINGTON—In the wake of Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that he would leave office following the United Kingdom’s vote to exit the European Union, tens of millions of Americans expressed their confusion to reporters Friday about a system of government in which a leader would resign after making a terrible decision…(read more)


[VIDEO] REWIND: Margaret Thatcher, Thatcherism, Europe, and Brexit

As Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher defended Britain’s national interests within the EU and accepted modest steps towards Europe’s economic integration, but she became increasingly hostile to its political unification and the transfer of powers from London to Brussels that it entailed. Her downfall was in part precipitated by her resistance to “ever closer union.” After losing power she spoke and wrote extensively in opposition to European federalism and the concept of a European super-state that she felt would divide and weaken the West.

Margaret Thatcher arrives in Washington, November 1988 (courtesy Ronald Reagan Library)

Margaret Thatcher arrives in Washington, November 1988 (courtesy Ronald Reagan Library)

Almost the first controversy of the Brexit campaign was over how she would vote if she had lived to see it. How would she vote? How will the Tory Party, traditionally the patriotic party, recover from a campaign that has bitterly divided it along unfamiliar lines? How will Mrs. Thatcher’s legacy of ideas – a.k.a. Thatcherism – influence the result? And how will her historical reputation be affected by whatever the British people decide?

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A Message from Margaret Thatcher

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The Times Front Page: ‘United Against Terror’

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Tomorrow’s Sun Front Page

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Times Front Page for October 8, 2015: ‘Millions of Migrants in New Flight to Europe’

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Man Who Had Sex With a Dolphin in the ’70s Claims the Dolphin Seduced Him

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This Newsweek Cover from Summer has Never Looked More Prescient


PARIS ATTACK: UK Front Pages Dominated by the 1/7/15 Charlie Hebdo Massacre

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Scotland Decides Its Fate Today

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Scotland must decide Thursday whether to become independent from the U.K., with last-minute opinion polls putting the outcome of the referendum on a knife-edge.

Voting booths are now open and ballots will be cast at 2,608 polling stations until 10 p.m. local time. Results are expected to trickle in overnight with a final announcement at around 7 a.m. on Friday morning.

If Scotland votes yes, it will be the 61st territory to gain its independence from the U.K., which once boasted an empire upon which the sun never set.

“When people go into the polling booths tomorrow they are going to vote for … that vision of more prosperous but also a more just society,” Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond, leading the Yes campaign, told supporters on Wednesday. “That’s what’s going to motivate people in the polling stations tomorrow.”

Of Scotland’s population of 5.3 million, a whopping 97% of those…

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The Independent UK Saturday Aug. 9 2014 Edition Front Page: ‘War in Iraq – Again’

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SUN COVER JULY 18, 2014: ‘PUTIN’S MISSILE’

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