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Tory leadership election: How the week will unfold

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Tory leadership election: How the week will unfold

Tory leadership election: How the week will unfold

A new prime minister will enter Number 10 this week as the contest to replace Theresa May as Tory leader draws to a close.

The battle for the top job has been ongoing since Mrs May resigned two months ago.

We take a look at the final moments in the leadership race - and what the new PM will do when they get to Downing Street.


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