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A British Conservative politician. The current Home Secretary, and MP for Maidenhead since 1997.
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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’s statement on becoming leader of the Conservative Party
Theresa May made the following statement after confirmation of her selection as leader of the Conservative Party: “I am honoured and humbled to have been chosen by the Conservative Party to become its leader. I would like to pay tribute to the other candidates during the election campaign, and I would like to pay tribute to Andrea Leadsom for the dignity that she has shown today. During this campaign, my case has been based on three things. First, the need for strong, proven leadership to steer us through what will be difficult and uncertain economic and political times. The need of course to negotiate the best deal for Britain in leaving the EU and to forge a new role for ourselves in the world. Brexit means Brexit and we’re going to make a success of it. Second, we need to unite our country. And third, we need a strong, new, and positive vision for the future of our country. A vision of a country that works not for the privileged few but works for every one of us. Because we
Theresa's statement on becoming Prime Minister
Theresa May has been appointed as Prime Minister by HM The Queen. Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, she said: “David Cameron has led a One Nation Government, and it is in that spirit that I also plan to lead… We will make Britain a country that works not for a privileged few but for every one of us. That will be the mission of the Government I lead, and together we will build a better Britain.” The full text of the Prime Minister’s speech: I have just been to Buckingham Palace, where Her Majesty the Queen has asked me to form a new Government. And I accepted. In David Cameron, I follow in the footsteps of a great, modern Prime Minister. Under David’s leadership, the Government stabilised the economy, reduced the Budget deficit, and helped more people into work than ever before. But David’s true legacy is not about the economy, but about social justice. From the introduction of same sex marriage to taking people on low wages out of income tax
Theresa welcomes the news of improved broadband services in Wargrave
Theresa May was delighted to hear that Wargrave will be benefiting from improved broadband later this year. Virgin Media announced that following the village competition that they recently ran, they are planning to upgrade Wargrave with a new fibre network later this year. This comes at the same time that Gigaclear have confirmed that they have enough interested households to install fibre to the premises in the more rural parts of the parish, Crazies Hill and Cockpole Green. They project installation over the next 6 months or so. Theresa said, “These improvements are pleasing although there is still much work to be done across the constituency. I will continue to ensure that the commitment to deliver superfast broadband is met. I welcome comments from those who experience broadband problems and I am always happy to raise individual cases with the companies.”
Theresa visits Maidenhead Waterways project
Theresa May has visited the Maidenhead Waterways project to view the latest progress and receive an update on the next stages of the development. The project aims to restore and enlarge the neglected town centre waterways and bring them back into use for boating, walking, cycling and fishing. Theresa has strongly supported the plan and regularly visited the site. The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has agreed to provide £3 million for ‘Stage 2’ of the project, which will see the extension of channel works upstream and downstream to complete the York Stream arm of the waterway. The project is part of the wider rejuvenation of Maidenhead town centre and will help make the town more attractive for visitors and local residents. Speaking to the Maidenhead Advertiser, Theresa said: “I think it’s great that we can really start to see the work which has been going on, plus the huge change taking place in the centre of Maidenhead. This will be a huge advantage to the town.



 
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