Prime Minister Theresa May Makes her PMQ Debut

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Politics in the United Kingdom is moving with lightning speed. Just last month, there was Brexit — the vote to leave the European Union. Today, a new leader took her first "Prime Minister's Questions" from Parliament. Theresa May is the fellow Conservative who replaced David Cameron. She had harsh words for the opposition, Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Michael Goldfarb is former London Bureau Chief for NPR, now a freelancer based in the United Kingdom.




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