Every story the Daily Mail chose to run in its paper before the one about the MP murdered by a far-right terrorist

Joe Vesey-Byrne
Thursday 24 November 2016 11:00
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On Thursday the killer of Jo Cox featured on the front of most national newspapers.

The exception was the Daily Mail, which instead ran a story on the terrorist Thomas Mair and the MP he murdered for ideological reasons, on pages 30-32 of the paper.

Here are the 41 stories that were printed before it.

The Autumn Statement and Philip Hammond

Front Page

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Comment piece: Comedians mocking the monarch

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News stories

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Sport

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TV

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Health

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Thomas Mair sentenced. Pages 30-32.

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