Like any national, breaking news, it is always fascinating to see how the major newspapers across the country choose to cover it.
Prior to federal elections, we analyse their front pages to see who they are backing for a win. An athlete winning an Olympic Gold Medal will have papers scrambling for the perfect photo, along with a cliched tagline like, “PURE GOLD”.
Following the outstanding win from the same-sex marriage postal survey for the ‘Yes’ campaign, yesterday, we expected a kaleidoscope of colour and celebration of love to brand our national headlines.
They did, mostly.
— Matt Bevan ???? (@MatthewBevan) November 15, 2017
But, if you look closely, there is one outlier.
The Daily Telegraph.
Rather than joining the festivities, popping their party hats on and throwing a bit of confetti around, they decided this was the best way to summarise yesterday: