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Theresa May, using some of her remaining political authority before leaving office, has called for improvements in preventing mental health problems. The prime minister wants new teachers to be trained how to spot children with mental health difficulties. "Too many of us have seen first-hand the devastating consequences of mental illness," says Mrs May. Labour's Barbara Keeley said the prime minister only offered "warm words". The shadow minister for mental health said the "reality" was support services being "stretched to breaking point". 'PERSONAL PRIORITY'. Mrs May, having stepped away from debates about Brexit, is using her last days in office to focus on what she sees as key domestic issues. Full story

16 June