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Up, up and away with Romney's campaign

The long journey to the White House seldom offers a chance to see a high-flying candidate speak candidly. By David Usborne

Mitt Romney begins the long journey towards the White House

Up up and away: A flight on Mitt Force 1

The long journey towards the White House seldom offers a chance to see a high-flying candidate speak candidly – with no script or stage management. But there is one place where guards are dropped... David Usborne climbs aboard

Mitt Romney talks to reporters on his campaign charter plane yesterday

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Romney the clear front-runner after sweeping to victory in New Hampshire

Mitt Romney, trying for a second time around to make it all the way to his party’s presidential nod and thereafter to the White House, swept to victory in the New Hampshire primary yesterday; a win that makes him the clear front-runner going into the next nominating contests.

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Republican leadership candidate Mitt Romney says the greatest threat to the world is a nuclear Iran

Mitt Romney favourite to win in New Hampshire

Despite some last-minute gaffes, Mitt Romney remained the overwhelming favourite to win the New Hampshire presidential primary today, but the margin of victory could determine whether he quickly clinches the Republican nomination or faces a gruelling battle.

Mitt Romney’s campaign was met by protests

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Republican front-runner faces heat over employment laws on eve of primary

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Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum on Friday

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Momentum bolsters the presidential campaign of the anti-gay rights ex-senator

Rick Santorum is facing charges that he has used Capitol Hill contacts to turn himself into a millionaire

Report claims Santorum used Senate contacts to earn $1m

The heat in winter in New Hampshire is set to rise sharply for the front-runners in the race for the Republican presidential nomination with Rick Santorum facing charges that he has used Capitol Hill contacts to turn himself into a millionaire and Mitt Romney bracing for a barrage of attacks in two television debates today and tomorrow.

Mitt Romney celebrates with his wife Ann and sons after winning by just an eight-point margin

Santorum's surge makes it a hollow victory for Romney

Frontrunner wins by just eight votes, while Michele Bachmann quits race after dismal showing

Santorum (left) and Romney ended in what was essentially a dead heat

Rupert Cornwell: What counts now is cash – and Romney is winning

To paraphrase Winston Churchill's words about the battle of El Alamein and its place in the Second World War, this month of January does not signify the end of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, nor even necessarily the beginning of the end. But it is very much the end of the beginning.

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