British Prime Minister Theresa May says the Conservative Party's path for Britain remains the right one as she marks one year of leadership. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. UK Prime Minister Theresa May signalled on Tuesday (July 11) that it is business as usual for her government despite an ill-judged election gamble that damaged her authority and saw her lose her majority in parliament, emboldening the main opposition Labour Party. Speaking a year into her leadership at the launch of the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices, May challenged her political rivals to "contribute, not just criticise" her plans - a move reflecting both her need for help to pass reforms through parliament, and her resolve to press ahead despite questions about her future as leader. The Prime Minister hopes the launch of the review into employment practices, which she ordered shortly after becoming prime minister almost a year ago, will re-set her agenda and show that her pledge to help those Britons who are "just about managing" is more than just a slogan.