Theresa May calls on UN to meet challenges of globalisation


United Nations must find new ways to tackle migration, slavery and terrorism or risk irrelevance, says prime minister

Theresa May will use her maiden speech at the United Nations to warn that it must work hard to remain relevant as too many people feel left behind by globalisation.

Speaking at the general assembly on Tuesday, she will draw attention to the British people’s decision to vote to leave the EU, arguing that they want a “politics that is more in touch with their concerns, and bold action to address them”.

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