Theresa May takes centre stage at first PMQs


Taunting the opposition over women’s rights and a bitter leadership battle, new PM Theresa May delighted her party at her first session of Prime Minister’s Questions with an assured performance that drew comparisons with Margaret Thatcher. Taking to the floor on Wednesday for the 30-minute grilling by politicians, May won loud cheers from the Conservative Party benches behind her. She was appointed to Britain’s top job a week ago after David Cameron resigned following the country’s vote to quit the European Union, leaving her the difficult task of uniting her party and negotiating an exit from the bloc. May, who…

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