Theresa May goes to Washington

How the PM’s visit was seen by the American media

By Andrew Stuttaford  

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The prospect of Theresa May’s arrival in the United States on Thursday failed to make much of an impression on the front pages of American newspapers. (That day’s Wall Street Journal did, however, find room for an article on “wily hotel thermostats.”) Undeterred, the prime minister started her visit by addressing a gathering of Congressional Republicans in Philadelphia. In its description of the event, the right-of-centre Washington Times, related…

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