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>> Time to be known for something other than leaving the EU. British Prime Minister Theresa maybe giving a speech build creating a shared society, with emphasis on tackling inequality and injustice.>> If you were born poor, you would die on average nine years earlier than others.
If you're black, you're treated more harshly by the criminal justice system than if you're white.>> But that's almost verbatim what May said on the step of Downing street in July after becoming Prime Minister. Here, in front of the Charity Commission some six months on, she fleshed it out in a not so traditionally conservative tone.
>> This means a government rooted not in the laissez-faire liberalism that leaves people to get by on their own, but rather in a new philosophy, that means government stepping up.>> Those are the sound bites as for the substantive policy, for now that's focused on mental health.>> There is no escaping the fact that people with mental health problems are still not treated the same.
>> That means more money for community care and mental health training for secondary schools. But it appears everything right now, including how much money the UK has to play with comes down to Brexit. Sunday May signaled curbing immigration was her priority, even if that means quitting the EU single market, that sent the pound tumbling to a two month low.