They are not spinning this for her.
The Tory-backing press are unwilling to spin Theresa May’s humiliating election result, turning on the prime minister as
'Guess what, we even want you to vote for Nick Clegg!'
Others pointed out that the paper has been much less positive about tactical voting in recent times: The Daily Mail has baffled
'We've found it. The stupidest anti-Corbyn story of the election.'
Adding to the confusion in the article is the Express’s context for its argument. It says: And Grant’s views are not just
Editors more likely to attack Labour than support Tories.
The hostility Jeremy Corbyn faces from national newspapers has been laid bare by an analysis underlining the negative reaction
'Imagine the headlines if Labour had announced scrapping winter fuel allowance.'
A number of journalists also pointed out the contradiction between how the Tories vilified Gordon Brown for advocating an
About Daily Express
The Daily Express is the flagship title of Express Newspapers, a subsidiary of Northern & Shell (which is wholly owned by Richard Desmond). Express Newspapers also publishes the Sunday Express (launched in 1918), Daily Star and Daily Star Sunday. It was launched in broadsheet format in 1900. In May 2015, it had an average daily circulation of 432,076. Source: Wikipedia