Theresa May covered some surprisingly liberal topics in her first speech as prime minister.
She highlighted the injustices faced by several groups in society and outlined her mission to "make Britain a country that works for everyone".
These are the people she singled out and how the internet reacted to them:
"If you're born poor you will die on average nine years earlier than others".
cameron promised to look after the disabled...look how that turned out.
Theresa may says she will protect the poor...next victims declared.
-- Snarf (@MammaMumra) July 13, 2016
What a patronising speech. Theresa May - the voice of the poor *hollow laughter*
-- Dainty Ballerina (@DaintyBallerina) July 13, 2016
"If you're black you are treated more harshly by the criminal justice system than if you're white".
@theresa_may has made a statement that about black people in the justice system .Was she not the home secretary?
-- Paul Hetherington (@pvp58) July 13, 2016
"If you're black you are treated more harshly..." Theresa May. Who was Home Secretary for the last six years again?
-- Liam Patrick Hainey (@lphainey) July 13, 2016
White working class young men
"If you're a white working class boy you're less likely than anybody else in Britain to go to university".
-- Kieran Watkins (@kieranwatkins) July 13, 2016
I have changed my mind about Theresa May after her amazing speech. Fingers crossed she will put the working class first
-- Raquelle (@raquelle12345) July 13, 2016
State school educated people
"If you're at a state school you're less likely to reach the top professions than if you're educated privately".
Theresa May was state educated not like the Eton school boys we're used to, I'm hoping for positive change
-- Alex (@you_spurs) July 13, 2016
@bbc5live if Theresa May is true to her words, if you went to ETON school you are OUT !
-- Bernard Whittaker ? (@Spetmologer) July 13, 2016
"If you're a woman you will earn less than a man".
@theresa_may highlighting the unfair pay gap between men & women that has to end. It HAS too. Trust me, it sucks.
-- Addi Merrill (@addimmm) July 13, 2016
Theresa May just caused all those gender pay-gap deniers to spit out their dummies en masse. Brilliant.
-- Mark A Latham (@aLostVictorian) July 13, 2016
People with mental health issues
"If you suffer from mental health problems, there's not enough help to hand".
Thrilled to hear that @theresa_may included mental health in her first speech. I'm looking forward to seeing what she does!
-- Liza (@LizaTaitBailey) July 13, 2016
Theresa May's first speech as PM has had me in tears. The mental health mention is something I really hope she acts on. ?
-- Gemma Dowler (@starfish86) July 13, 2016
"If you're young you will find it harder than ever before to own your own home".
Listened to @theresa_may's speech. If you hadn't of frozen my pay for so long I would have bought my own house by now. Thanks for nothing.
-- Joanne (@JoJoPie) July 13, 2016
.@theresa_may's speech: "if you're poor you won't get into uni, if you're young you won't own a home" etc. It's a list of Tory achievements.
-- cajita (@cajitamusic) July 13, 2016
Working class families
"If you're from an ordinary working class family, life is much harder than many people in Westminster realise. You have a job, but you don't always have job security. You have your own home but you worry about paying the mortgage".
Theresa May talks about the need for working class people to have job security. Will she get rid of zero-hour contracts? #TheresaMayPM
-- Abigail O'Reilly (@AbigailOReilly) July 13, 2016
Theresa May such a bloody hypocrite, saying she would look after working class people, she voted for the harshest policies against the w/c.
-- Damian (@Damian0706) July 13, 2016