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Theresa May insists she is not a robot

LONDON — Theresa May has denied being "robotic" following criticism of her use of repetitive catchphrases during interviews and speeches. The prime minister, who was nicknamed "the Maybot" by many commentators during her failed general election campaign, spoke out for the first time about the label. "People used the term robotic about me," she told the BBC Test Match Special on Friday.
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