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Theresa has been criticised by some on social media for having an ‘off-the-cuff’ response to the Paris attacks, with the British prime minister defending her decision to keep her home address secret.
Ahead of the speech, the UK prime minister has repeatedly claimed that she will not be discussing the attack.
The prime minister said on Monday: “The prime ministers statement on Paris, as I said on Tuesday morning, is that we will not discuss the attack and we are doing everything we can to protect the public.”
She said: “I am not going to be talking about it, and I will be saying we will do everything we possibly can to defend ourselves.”
On Monday, she said: “”It is clear that our security services are dealing with a terror attack.
The government will not comment on that.
“Mrs May has previously said that the UK would “absolutely not” discuss the Paris attack, despite the attacks on the city on Friday.
In the past, Mrs May has been forced to defend her handling of the attack on Friday, saying: “We will never discuss what happened.
We will never be able to confirm the identity of the perpetrator.
“The best we can do is to make sure we are safe, and that means ensuring we have the right security measures in place.”
But she also defended the decision to withhold the home address of the prime minister, saying that she wanted to make it clear to the French people that it was not safe for her to go to their home.
Theresa will be able talk about the threat from terrorism at the UN.””
It is wrong for my home to be used as a platform for terrorism.”
Theresa will be able talk about the threat from terrorism at the UN.