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The Sun declares "our time has come" and says that the British people have got Brexit done after years of "resistance to the creeping danger of a European superstate".

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'Our time has come': How the national newspapers reacted to Brexit day

Will Taylor
News Reporter

Britain’s newspapers have marked Brexit day with emotions ranging from jubilation to fear for the future.

The UK is due to leave the European Union at 11pm today, ending its 47-year membership of the bloc.

The country’s departure puts into action the outcome of the 2016 referendum, three and a half years after it was held.

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The UK will no longer be an official EU member but will enter into the transition period, where it will continue to accept EU rules until the end of the year, unless an agreement on its future relationship with the bloc is agreed before then.

Various parties to mark Brexit are scheduled, with a celebration set to take place in Parliament Square, while sombre events for Remainers are also planned for today.