Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May gives an election campaign speech to Conservative Party supporters in Norwich, June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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Human Rights Watch Wednesday condemned comments by British Prime Minister Theresa May vowing a hardline approach to terrorism, after the deadly London attacks and on the eve of a national election.Kenneth Roth, executive director of the New York-based group, took aim in particular at remarks May made to supporters Tuesday questioning limits imposed by human rights laws on tackling violent extremism.May has faced criticism for her record in the six years she served as Britain's interior minister before becoming prime minister last year.
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