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Theresa May portrait RETURNS to Oxford university after it was taken down over 'hostile environment'

MailOnline Thursday, 6 September 2018
Theresa May portrait RETURNS to Oxford university after it was taken down over 'hostile environment'It was part of a display of notable female ex-students and staff but critics said the portrait was offensive to foreign students because Mrs May had created a ‘hostile environment’.
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