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Gallery: 'Bye-Bye England' - how the world's press saw the EU deal

There were some, er, strong views on show in the British and German media…

YESTERDAY’S LANDMARK EU deal hit newspaper front pages around the world this morning – with a number of radically different views on show.

Several of the biggest-selling newspapers in Britain hailed Cameron’s decision to wield a veto and keep the UK out of the agreement – with the Sun comparing him to Winston Churchill.

Meanwhile, their counterparts in Germany were equally unrestrained. The country’s bestselling tabloid Das Bild summed it up with its headline “Bye Bye England”.

Here’s our roundup of how the world’s press viewed the deal:

Gallery: 'Bye-Bye England' - how the world's press saw the EU deal
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  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    The Wall Street Journal took a negative view of the agreement
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    "Bye Bye Britain - Europe moves forward without you!" warns Germany's Das Bild
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    "Birth of a Europe without London" - El Pais, Spain
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    The Guardian, UK
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    The UK's Independent turned calls for Britain to leave the EU on their head
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    "Crisis in the eurozone: is the worst over?" asks France's Le Monde
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    The UK's Daily Mail hailed David Cameron's decision
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    The New York Times
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    "'Cameron is a coward'" - Der Spiegel, Germany
  • How the world's press saw the EU deal

    The Sun made its feelings clear...

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