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Theresa May, Britain’s second female Prime Minister after Margaret Thatcher, took a pointed dig at the Labour Party, asking the new Conservative leader Liz Truss why it is the Conservative Party is the only party to have ever had female Prime Ministers.

After congratulating her on her new appointment as Prime Minister, Ms May went on the offensive and asked: “Can I ask my right honourable friend, why does she think it is that all three female Prime Ministers have been conservative?”

Tory MPs roared after Theresa May’s question, humiliating the Labour Party for never having a single one female leader.


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