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United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May
Theresa Mary May (née Brasier; born 1 October 1956) is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the Leader of the Conservative Party. She has also been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Maidenhead since 1997. May identifies as a one-nation conservative and is characterised as a liberal conservative. She is the second woman to hold the post of UK Prime Minister.
Here's an idea that could give Theresa may and the complacent Tory elitists a shock they'd never forget. The idea is a fairly simple one, but like all good ideas it would take solidarity and people pulling together and working hard to make it happen ...
British Prime Minister Theresa May refused on Saturday to rule out an increase in personal taxes if she wins a June election, riling supporters at the start of a campaign designed to strengthen her hand ahead of Brexit talks.
Despite the all-but-certain knockout Tory victory, Theresa may should work on her relationship with the JAMs. The PM will feel the wrath of the 'just about managings' if she decides to go back on her summer pledge.
THE EU's top Brexit negotiator has branded Theresa may an "opportunist" over her decision to all a snap election. Guy Verhofstadt said the PM was was using the need to strengthen her hand in the upcoming talks as an excuse for grabbing more power.
It was meant to be the big reveal. A day after Theresa may had wrong-footed Westminster with the most unexpected general election for generations, Labour's top brass was informed of the party's campaign catchphrase.
The fact that nothing leaked about Mrs May's snap election tells you much of what you need to know about her. It shows how iron is her discipline and how close her inner circle (so close, in fact, that it is a triangle rather than a circle).
Theresa may does not want a major reshuffle after her expected June election victory, the sun can reveal. While there will be "some minor tinkering" with the Cabinet, the majority of ministers will stay in place after June's snap poll.
Speaking in Enfield during a campaign visit to a factory, the prime minister said she would not abandon the target. "We've been very clear, as I was as home secretary for six years, that it's important that we have net migration that is in sustainable ...
CHANNEL 4 yesterday became the latest national broadcaster to say it could hold TV leaders' debates without Theresa may if she refuses to take part. The PM is so far only prepared to take part in a Question Time special with no head-to-heads with otherÃÂ ...
Theresa may's new fan club seemed to include many working women of a certain age who used to vote Labour. Since then, that story has been repeated around the country; according to many voters, Prime Minister May "gets things done".
If Theresa may secures an increased majority in the House of Commons on June 8 as most Pundits expect, she will be in a much stronger position domestically to define Britain's new relationship with Europe.
Theresa may has risked upsetting core supporters by promising to continue spending 0.7 per cent of Britain's economic output on international aid and refusing to commit to a "triple lock" that guarantees the value of pensions.
Conservative MPs have been asked to submit ideas to No 10 for Theresa may's first election manifesto, with some of those trying to keep their seats in remain-supporting areas asking for explicit mention of the need to seek a trade deal with the EU.
Canvassing with party activists in Manchester on Friday, he accused the Conservatives of believing the election result would be a coronation and said Theresa may was using "bogus" arguments about Brexit to justify an early election motivated by partyÃÂ ...
Theresa may will not take part in TV debates ahead of the planned general election, she has told the BBC. The prime minister told BBC Radio 4's Today she preferred "to get out and about and meet voters".
Theresa may has long been clear about what sets her apart from other politicians: she doesn't play political games. When she launched her bid for the top job last year, she was clear that - unlike her rivals - she hadn't succumbed to the temptations ...
On Easter Sunday, one of the least pious societies in the world heard an explicitly Christian message from its prime minister. As proof of Theresa may's monopoly on British politics, her freedom to express herself like a midfielder given time on the ...