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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 8 July 2016
7/8/2016: FRONT PAGE: BATTLE OF THE ‘IRON LADIES’

BRITAIN is to have its first female Prime Minister since Margaret Thatcher after the Tory leadership race turned into a showdown between Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom. The Home Secretary and the Energy Minister will battle it out for the backing of...



Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 8 July 2016
7/8/2016: FRONT PAGE: WHO’LL BE THE NEW MAGGIE?

Britain is to have a second woman Prime Minister, with theresa May the overwhelming favourite to fill Margaret thatcher’s shoes. On a historic day at Westminster, Tory MPs whittled down the list of contenders to just Mrs May and junior energy minister...



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London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 8 July 2016
7/7/2016: FRONT PAGE: COST OF BREXIT: £200 ON HOLIDAY ABROAD
MILLIONS of families are set to be hit with a summer holiday “Brexit blow” of more than £200 following the slump in the value of the pound, it was revealed today. Sterling’s 10 per cent fall against the euro since the referendum will saddle families...


The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 8 July 2016
7/8/2016: Front Page: ‘If you want something said, ask a man... If you want something done, ask a woman’

By Christopher Hope, Kate McCann and Ben Riley-Smith BRITAIN is to have its second female prime minister after Conservative Party members were last night given the choice between Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom. The winner, to be announced on Sept 9,...



The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 8 July 2016
7/8/2016: FRONT PAGE: Britain to get second female PM as May and Leadsom win Tory vote

Andrea Leadsom, the junior energy minister who shot to prominence as a leading voice in the Vote Leave campaign, secured second place in the Conservative party leadership race behind Theresa May yesterday, ensuring that Britain’s next prime minister...



The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 8 July 2016
7/8/2016: Front Page: Was it worth it, Michael?

Michael Gove was eliminated from the leadership contest of the Tory Party yesterday, leaving the race wide open for Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom. Mr Gove, who not only contributed to the PM's demise but also ruined the leadership ambitions of the...



The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 8 July 2016
7/8/2016: Front Page: Goodbye to Gove, now let the best woman win

Britain’s next prime minister will be a woman after Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom took the top two slots in the Conservative Party leadership race and Michael Gove was eliminated from the contest. Homesecretarymrsmaygained 199 votes in the...





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