The Daily Telegraph calls today a 'day of destiny' and relays Cameron's final message to voters while the Daily Express calls it 'D-Day' and tells readers 'David Cameron is our only hope' in the 'most important election for decades'.
Meanwhile, The Guardian prepares for a Tory election win, claiming 'Guardian/ICM poll shows 8-point lead over Labour'.
The Sun 'Obama-fies' Cameron and calls him 'our only hope' alongside a leader that declares 'in Cameron we trust'.
The Mirror sticks to its guns, making a final stand for Labour and picturing David Cameron aside the headline prime minister? Really?' with a mock CV that show no 'real-life experience'.
The Daily Star offers some humour on election day with a side bar showing caricatures of all the party leaders with the headline 'time to give 'em a kick in the ballots'.
Election specials are scattered across the papers, with a free 12-page election pullout in The Guardian and The Daily Mirror highlighting its coverage.
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