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Theresa May, praised by Chinese media for her soft stance on human rights, gets roasted by British press

When Theresa May headed to China this past week, it was widely seen as a chance for the British prime minister to bolster her country's position on the world stage amid a period of difficult negotiations to leave the European Union and a faltering relationship with the United States, Britain's chief ally. May seemed in for a warm […]
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