The Prime Minister declared the UK's commitment as a confident and dependable partner in her first address to the UN General Assembly.
Theresa May encourages international leaders and organisations to work together to stamp out modern slavery worldwide.
Theresa May spoke at the Leaders Summit on Refugees in New York where she announced more funding for humanitarian support.
Theresa May will today call for a better approach to global migration when she attends the UN General Assembly.
Theresa May explained her vision for a truly meritocratic Britain and reforms that will ensure there is a good school place for every child.
Prime Minister Theresa May met with Burmese State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi at Downing Street.
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