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Race to succeed May turning toxic already: Contenders trade first blows 25 May 5:27pm Race to succeed May turning toxic already: Contenders trade first blows
The race to succeed Theresa May exploded into life last night as contenders traded the first vicious blows of the contest – and one of the frontrunners launched his ‘Stop Boris’ manifesto.
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George Clooney says he fears his family are in danger 25 May 12:45pm George Clooney says he fears his family are in danger
Amal Clooney is working with 23-year-old Nadia Murad, who says she was captured by ISIS fighters and sold as a sex slave in 2014. She hopes to bring the case to the Hague.
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Marvel at these costumes! Thousands of cosplay fans descend on London for Comic Con  25 May 12:42pm Marvel at these costumes! Thousands of cosplay fans descend on London for Comic Con 
Another year, another chance to unleash your inner super-hero or villain as the Comic Con comes to London ExCel centre in east London once again drawing thousands in costume.
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Race to be next Prime Minister explodes into life, with Matt Hancock joining Jeremy Hunt and Boris 25 May 12:03pm Updated Race to be next Prime Minister explodes into life, with Matt Hancock joining Jeremy Hunt and Boris
Mr Hancock told the BBC this morning: 'Yes. I'm going to run to be the next prime minister.' His announcement came after Jeremy Hunt's heavy hint that he would also run to replace Mrs May.
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Heathrow passengers face £15 toxic air charge if they turn up in old car 25 May 10:35am Heathrow passengers face £15 toxic air charge if they turn up in old car
Heathrow passengers will face a £15 surcharge if they arrive in old cars as part of plans to improve air quality. The low emission zone, the first of its kind at an airport, will be introduced in 2022.
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GP who asked a mother in his surgery to lift her veil may no longer have a career 25 May 8:47am Updated GP who asked a mother in his surgery to lift her veil may no longer have a career
As petition was launched in support of Dr Keith Wolverson, 52, who is facing an inquiry from the GMC for asking a Muslim woman to lift her veil at his Royal Stoke University hospital walk-in.
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Why PETER OBORNE believes Theresa May will prove public service doesn’t stop after No10  25 May 7:44am Updated Why PETER OBORNE believes Theresa May will prove public service doesn’t stop after No10 
PETER OBORNE: This weekend, Theresa May faces a problem that many of us in our early 60s are obliged to confront. She suddenly faces being dumped on the professional scrapheap.
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Who IS the favourite to become the next PM? We analyse the race for No 10 25 May 7:30am Updated Who IS the favourite to become the next PM? We analyse the race for No 10
Theresa May's resignation has sent Conservative front-runners into a frenzy as they continue to duel for the keys to Number 10. Here The Daily Mail analyses the race to the country's top job.
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Prisoner is met by entourage after being released from jail before hopping into a ROLLS-ROYCE 25 May 6:59am Updated Prisoner is met by entourage after being released from jail before hopping into a ROLLS-ROYCE
The ex-inmate, who walked free from HMP Standford Hill, Kent, grinned from ear to ear as his mates slapped him on the back and embraced him.
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Spice Girls reunion tour: Geri Horner, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Mel C take to the stage at Dublin 25 May 6:44am Updated Spice Girls reunion tour: Geri Horner, Mel B, Emma Bunton and Mel C take to the stage at Dublin
The Spice Girls have kicked off their long-awaited reunion tour, as the iconic band took to the stage for their first performance in Dublin on Friday.
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Six children are taken to hospital as police cordon off primary school 25 May 6:10am Updated Six children are taken to hospital as police cordon off primary school
Two boys aged 13 and 14 have died after a 'police incident' at a house in Sheffield this morning while police have arrested two people. Four other children remain in hospital.
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Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt throws hat in ring for Conservative leadership race 25 May 5:56am Updated Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt throws hat in ring for Conservative leadership race
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has joined Jeremy Hunt in throwing his hat into the ring to replace Theresa May, while Liam Fox refused to rule himself out as a candidate today.
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Illegitimate son of an aristocrat raised in gypsy caravans inherits £50MILLION manor 25 May 3:39am Illegitimate son of an aristocrat raised in gypsy caravans inherits £50MILLION manor
Jordan Adlard Rogers, 31, discovered he was the illegitimate son of late aristocrat Charles Rogers. Last August he discovered he was the heir to a £50million Penrose manor in Cornwall.
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JAN MOIR: At first, she was valiant, then that voice faltered. But did Mrs May show weakness? 25 May 3:27am JAN MOIR: At first, she was valiant, then that voice faltered. But did Mrs May show weakness?
JAN MOIR: For most of her resignation speech Theresa May managed to keep it together. It was when she expressed her gratitude for ‘serving the country I love’ that the tears fell.
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