Written by : TRACY KEELING
Prime Minister Theresa May made a speech at the Lord Major’s Banquet on 13 November. But she made a major mistake in it (something that’s not uncommon in her cabinet these days). So we’ve fixed it for her.
During the event in the City of London, May talked about Britain’s role in solving the current problems in Asia. In particular, she said [17.40] that means:
continuing to step up our efforts to respond to the desperate plight of Rohingyas, brought home to us again on our TV screens so rapidly today, with heartbreaking images of young children emaciated and pleading for help.