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ENG: Theresa Mary May PC (née Brasier; born 1 October 1956) is a British Conservative politician who is the current Home Secretary. She was first elected to Parliament in 1997 as the Member of Parliament for Maidenhead. She went on to be appointed Chairman of the Conservative Party in 2002 and was sworn of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council. She served in a number of roles in the Shadow Cabinets of Iain Duncan Smith, Michael Howard and David Cameron, including Shadow Leader of the House of Commons and Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary. After Cameron became Prime Minister in May 2010, May was appointed Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities, giving up the latter role in 2012. Political career Having entered Parliament, May became a member of William ...
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Home Secretary Theresa May becomes the latest Tory...

... politician to be booed at the Paralympic Games as she hands out medals Theresa May was presenting the medals for the men's 1500m T20 won by Peyman Bazanjan of Iran Comes just two days after chancellor George Osborne was jeered as he handed out medals for the men's T38 400m race with their medals South Africa has launched an official complaint over running blades sizes after Oscar Pistorius said they give some athletes an unfair advantage Home secretary Theresa May is the latest Tory member of the Government to be booed by spectators at the Paralympic Games - just two days after ...

Police recruitment changes planned, May says

Ministers are drawing up plans for some senior police officers in England and Wales to be directly recruited from outside the service, Theresa May says. The home secretary told a conference of senior police officers the move would bring "greater diversity" to forces. She said she would hold a consultation on so-called direct entry - one of several recommendations from a major review into police pay and conditions. But critics among superintendents said the policy posed an "operational risk". Read more: BBC (11 September 2012)

Theresa may be green but there’s a chance for her to shine

Getting the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) portfolio represents promotion for Owen Paterson. There is a suspicion that removing him from the NIO and replacing him with a Cabinet newcomer, who, though able, has no track record, may mark a downgrading of Northern Ireland. Theresa Villiers is even being portrayed as a token woman. That is what people will say, but low expectations could be an opportunity for Theresa Villiers to prove them wrong. Corporation tax will be an early challenge and, if the easy option of letting it slip is taken, then years of effort ...

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Theresa May MP welcomes the news that more children in Maidenhead are being taught in good or outstanding schools
New figures from Ofsted show that there are now 6 more schools in Maidenhead which have been judged good or outstanding in their most recent inspection compared to 2015. Across the country the proportion of all schools judged to be good or outstanding at their most recent inspection was 89 per cent – the highest proportion ever recorded – with both the proportion of primary and secondary schools judged at these ratings continuing to rise in every region of the country. As a result almost 1.8 million more children are now in good schools compared to 2010. Theresa May: “We want to build a country that works for everyone and that means providing a good school place for every child, one that caters to their individual talents, abilities and needs. That is why it is great news that the latest figures show that 6 more schools across the Maidenhead constituency are now rated good or outstanding. However, we know there is more to do, and that is precisely why we have set out plan
Theresa May MP meets with Dr Adrian Hayter to discuss Local Health Matters
On Friday 14 October Theresa May MP met with Dr Adrian Hayter, Chair of Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead Clinical Commissioning Group. In the meeting, Theresa discussed the matter of primary care across Maidenhead constituency, a new vision of care and relationship with the Royal Borough and the Sustainability and Transformation Plan. Constituents often raise their thoughts and comments about local GP services and clinics and Theresa has quarterly meetings with Dr Hayter to talk about the overall running of the CCG and other current health matters. Theresa May: “My constituents often contact me about their concerns regarding welfare and care for their family and friends and I therefore meet with Dr Hayter on a regular basis to discuss the performance of our local CCG. I appreciate those meetings as they provide me with an important insight into the work the CCG does and it keeps me informed about the local services in my area.” Clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) are NHS
Theresa May MP welcomes additional funding for Trust House Reading
Earlier in October, Theresa May wrote to Police and Crime Commissioner, Anthony Stansfeld, to highlight the importance of continued support for Trust House Reading. Trust House Reading is a service which offers specialist support services for people affected by rape and sexual abuse across Berkshire and it is the only specialist support centre in the region. It is therefore great news that Trust House Reading has now been awarded a grant of around £60K which will provide counselling support to victims of sexual abuse and Theresa May welcomes this news. I am very pleased that Trust House Reading has been awarded the necessary funding as it is an invaluable service to people in the Maidenhead constituency. The staff and all the volunteers do a fantastic job and they deserve all the assistance they can get to make sure all victims of sexual abuse get the best possible service.
Theresa May MP welcomes the acadamisation of Bisham Primary School
After a few weeks of uncertainty about the future of Bisham Primary School, Theresa May is pleased that the interim executive board at the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has agreed to seek the agreement of the Department for Education for the school to become an Academy as part of the Ashley Hill Multi-Academy. Theresa May: “I am very pleased that Bisham Primary School is soon to become an Academy as I understand that there were many concerns about its future existence. Good schools are very important for local communities across the Maidenhead constituency as it is imperative to provide both parents and pupils with high quality care and education. The change of status will improve the education offered to all pupils and make Bisham Primary School an attractive place for many new parents seeking a primary school in 2017.” Further details are currently being discussed with the parents and work will then commence to ensure a smooth transition.

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