Foreign Secretary defends Theresa May's efforts


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UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has given his backing to Theresa May, saying “no prime minister in living memory has been tested” the way she has.

“Let’s not forget the extraordinary pressure that she is personally under, and I think she does feel a sense of frustration,” Hunt told the BBC. “She is absolutely determined to deliver what people voted for.”

The Foreign Secretary said he thinks Brexit has “sapped” the UK’s confidence, adding that “we need to remember now what we’re capable of as a country.”


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