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VERBATIM: UK PM May faces first PMQs

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Can I thank the right honorable gentlemen for the welcome that he has given me. Can I say to him, he refers to me as the second women Prime Minister. I've in my years here in this House I've long heard the Labor Party asking what the Conservative Party does for women.
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Well.>>
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Just keeps making us Prime Minister.>> The Prime Minister is rightly concerned, Mr. Speaker. And she said this, if you're black you're treated more harshly than if you're white. So before appointing her new Foreign Secretary, did she discuss with him his description of black people as pickaninnies?
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And why he questioned the motives of the US President Obama on his part-Kenyan heritage?>> He refers to the remarks I made. And it is correct that if you are black, you'll be treated more harshly in the criminal justice system. It's exactly why, as Home Secretary, I dealt with the issue of stop and search.
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I was concerned to make sure that nobody should be stopped and searched on the streets of this country because of the color of their skin. I did that as a conservative, 13 years of Labor did nothing on it.>>
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