The front pages of Friday’s national newspapers are covered with Conservative leader Boris Johnson after the exit poll predicted a majority of 86 seats.

The Daily Mail and the Times describe a monumental victory for the Conservatives as Labour look to have fallen to their worst defeat in 80 years.

Similarly, The i newspaper called Johnson’s predicted win a “Blue tide” as they appear to have gained around 50 seats.

The Guardian and the Mirror depict a gloomier outlook describing the Conservative exit poll victory as the “Nightmare before Christmas” and suggest Corbyn’s leadership is under threat.

The Metro run with the rise in the youth turnout, calling it a Youthquake.