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Ruth Davidson: 'Feminist' Theresa May Has 'Helped Women At Every Turn'

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson will tell the Conservative Party conference that Prime Minister Theresa May has “helped women at every turn.” Davidson has been prominent at the four-day conference in Birmingham, England’s West Midlands, and will give a speech to the main hall on October 5 defending May’s credentials as a feminist. “Theresa May has broken barriers her entire life—first female Conservative party chairman, longest serving home secretary—male or female—since Henry Matthews in 1892, and only the second female prime minister in our country’s history,” she will say, The Guardian reports.
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