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Charles Clarke

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Charles Clarke

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Charles Clarke

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Man-of-the-match Glenn McGrath (left) celebrates Australia's win in the first Test with team-mates Ricky Ponting (far left), Michael Clarke and Adam Gilchrist

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  • Man-of-the-match Glenn McGrath (left) celebrates Australia's win in the first Test with team-mates Ricky Ponting (far left), Michael Clarke and Adam Gilchrist

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  • BBC SPORT >> (24/7/2005, 17:51)
    Australia win the first Ashes Test by 239 runs as England collapse on a rain-hit fourth day at Lord's.
Charles Clarke

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  • Clarke believes bombings linked (16/8/2005, 09:55)
    Charles Clarke expects the two sets of London bombings were connected - but says no direct linkage has yet been established.
  • Clarke believes bombings linked (16/8/2005, 10:40)
    It would be "very, very surprising" if the two sets of London bombings were not connected, says Home Secretary Charles Clarke.
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  • Clarke believes bombings linked (16/8/2005, 12:25)
    It would be very surprising if the two sets of London attacks were not connected, the home secretary says.
Jean Charles de Menezes

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  • Clarke backs embattled Met chief (20/8/2005, 17:55)
    The home secretary backs Sir Ian Blair over his handling of the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes.
  • Clarke backs Met police chief (20/8/2005, 18:05)
    The home secretary backs embattled Sir Ian Blair over his handling of the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes.
Sir Ian Blair

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  • Clarke backs Met police chief (21/8/2005, 01:00)
    The home secretary backs embattled Sir Ian Blair over his handling of the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes.
David Cameron

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Charles Clarke

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Tim Yeo

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Tim Yeo

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Ken Clarke

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Ken Clarke

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  • Clarke to attack Blair over Iraq (1/9/2005, 03:45)
    Tory leadership contender Ken Clarke will attack the decision to go to war in Iraq in his first policy speech in the contest.
  • Clarke attacks 'catastrophic' war (1/9/2005, 12:20)
    Ken Clarke says the Iraq war was a "catastrophic error" for the UK, as he steps up his Tory leadership bid.
Ken Clarke

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  • Clarke is voter favourite - poll (6/9/2005, 04:50)
    Ken Clarke is four times more popular with the public than his nearest rival in the Tory leader race, a poll suggests.
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  • Seven held in security operation (15/9/2005, 12:25)
    Seven Algerian nationals are held in raids by UK immigration officers as Charles Clarke sets out new anti-terror proposals.
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  • Seven held in security operation (15/9/2005, 19:20)
    Seven Algerian nationals are held in raids by UK immigration officers as Charles Clarke sets out new anti-terror proposals.
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Kenneth Clarke

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  • Ken 'only middle-ground Tory' (1/10/2005, 21:35)
    Kenneth Clarke is to say his middle ground views mean he is the only man who can return the Tories to power.
  • Tory leadership battle heats up (2/10/2005, 06:25)
    The candidates for the Conservative leadership are jostling for position on the eve of the party conference.
  • Tory leadership battle heats up (2/10/2005, 11:15)
    The contenders to succeed Tory leader Michael Howard prepare to make their pitches at the party's conference.
Kenneth Clarke

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David Cameron

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  • Clarke, Cameron address Tories (4/10/2005, 12:00)
    David Cameron says he wants people to feel good about being Conservatives again as he makes his leadership pitch.
Kenneth Clarke

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Ken Clarke during his conference speech

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Ken Clarke during his conference speech

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Charles Clarke

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Home Secretary Charles Clarke

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Sir Malcolm Rifkind

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Liam Fox, Ken Clarke and David Cameron, three of the candidates for the Tory leadership

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David Cameron (foreground) is the bookies' favourite while Ken Clarke is tipped to fall at the first hurdle

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Ken Clarke

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  • Clarke knocked out of Tory race (18/10/2005, 17:35)
    Ex-chancellor Ken Clarke has been eliminated from the race to become the next leader of the Conservative Party.
Kenneth Clarke

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  • Clarke knocked out of Tory race (18/10/2005, 18:55)
    Ex-chancellor Ken Clarke has been eliminated from the race to become the next leader of the Conservative Party.
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  • Tory hopefuls woo Clarke backers (19/10/2005, 02:55)
    Supporters of Ken Clarke's failed bid to lead the Tories have a day left to decide who they back in the next poll.
Kenneth Clarke

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  • Tory hopefuls woo Clarke backers (19/10/2005, 04:40)
    Supporters of Ken Clarke's failed bid to lead the Tories have a day left to decide who they back in the next poll.
Ken Clarke

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  • Tory hopefuls woo Clarke backers (19/10/2005, 09:45)
    Supporters of Ken Clarke's failed bid to lead the Tories have a day left to decide who they back in the next poll.
Charles Clarke

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  • Ministers firm on detention plan (8/11/2005, 00:00)
    The government sticks to plans to hold terror suspects for up to 90 days - but agrees to a review after a year.
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  • Ministers firm on detention plan (8/11/2005, 07:55)
    The government sticks to plans to hold terror suspects for up to 90 days - but agrees to a review after a year.
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  • Mr Ahmad arriving at Bow Street Magistrates' Court on 10 September
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  • Clarke to extradite suspect to US (16/11/2005, 10:25)
    Charles Clarke decides to order the extradition of Babar Ahmad to the US to face trial on alleged terrorism offences.
Mr Ahmad arriving for an earlier hearing

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  • Clarke to extradite suspect to US (16/11/2005, 12:15)
    Charles Clarke decides to order the extradition of Babar Ahmad to the US to face trial on alleged terrorism offences.
  • Clarke to extradite suspect to US (16/11/2005, 13:35)
    The home secretary decides to extradite British citizen Babar Ahmad to the US to face trial on alleged terrorism offences.
  • Clarke to extradite suspect to US (16/11/2005, 13:45)
    The home secretary decides to extradite British citizen Babar Ahmad to the US to face trial on terror charges.
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Police officers

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  • Terror plans spark political row (15/2/2006, 09:30)
    Charles Clarke denies claims that ministers are playing politics over plans to outlaw "glorification" of terrorism.
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  • Terror plans spark political row (15/2/2006, 09:40)
    Charles Clarke denies claims that ministers are playing politics over plans to outlaw "glorification" of terrorism.
Shoppers in London's Oxford Street

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  • Immigration point system outlined (7/3/2006, 09:25)
    Home Secretary Charles Clarke is to unveil plans for a shake-up of the immigration system for workers who want to come to the UK.
Home Secretary Charles Clarke

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Home Secretary Charles Clarke

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Charles Clarke

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  • Clarke targets Labour treasurer (21/3/2006, 16:20)
    Charles Clarke says "serious questions" over Jack Dromey's capacity as Labour treasurer are raised by the loans row.
Charles Clarke

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  • Clarke targets Labour treasurer (21/3/2006, 16:25)
    Charles Clarke says "serious questions" over Jack Dromey's capacity as Labour treasurer are raised by the loans row.
Sir Jeremy Beecham

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  • Clarke accused in 14m loans row (22/3/2006, 05:40)
    Labour's NEC chairman accuses the home secretary of speaking out of turn in the row over loans to the party.
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Charles Clarke

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  • Clarke insists: 'I will not quit' (25/4/2006, 18:10)
    Charles Clarke says he will not resign after 1,028 foreign inmates, including murderers, were freed without being deported.
Home Secretary Charles Clarke

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  • Clarke insists: 'I will not quit' (25/4/2006, 18:15)
    Charles Clarke says he will not resign after 1,028 foreign inmates, including killers, were freed without being deported.
  • Clarke insists 'I will not quit' (25/4/2006, 18:35)
    Charles Clarke says he will not resign after 1,028 foreign inmates, including killers, were freed without being deported.
  • Clarke insists 'I will not quit' (25/4/2006, 20:35)
    Charles Clarke says he will not resign after 1,023 foreign inmates, including killers, were freed without being deported.
Charles Clarke

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