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'MAYISM': Theresa May now owns the massive gap left by the Labour party

Theresa May just delivered her keynote speech to close the Conservative party conference in Birmingham. It was fascinating. See the full text of May's speech below? As expected, the prime minister made a grab for the centre-ground, with pledges to look after working families, go after tax-dodgers, and protect the NHS. At times she flirted with the party's right-wing fringe, promising to take the fight to human rights lawyers who "harangue" and "harass" Britain's armed forces, as well as reiterating her plans to reintroduce selective education.
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