Theresa Mary May (née Brasier; born 1 October 1956) is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party from 2016 to 2019. May served as Home Secretary from 2010 to 2016 and has been Member of Parliament (MP) for Maidenhead since 1997. Ideologically, she identifies herself as a one-nation conservative. — Wikipedia
Despite being a lifelong critic of the Conservatives, the former Labour minister and double Oscar-winning actress Glenda Jackson says she is an “admirer” of Theresa May.In an interview with Times
President Trump was deferential to the Russian and Turkish presidents while repeatedly abusing the leaders of America’s allies, taking a particular dislike to women including Theresa May, according to
Theresa May has sharply criticised the government’s planning reforms, describing them as “mechanistic” and “ill conceived” as No 10 struggled to contain a backbench rebellion.In August Robert Jenrick
The POTUS reportedly called Theresa May ‘spineless’ and Angela Merkel ‘stupid’.
Theresa May has launched a stinging attack on Boris Johnson, accusing him of acting “recklessly and irresponsibly” and weakening the UK “in the eyes of the world”.In a move that will reignite Tory
Theresa May was away last week so she didn’t have to take part in the vote on the Internal Market Bill, which contain the controversial Northern Ireland clauses that disapply parts of the…
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove answers questions from MPs following the announcement that the Government intends on getting ready for a no-deal Brexit after talks over a trade deal continue to stall.
Plans for updated Gender Recognition Act brought in under Theresa May scrapped
Event was first announced by then-prime minister Theresa May in 2018
Steve Baker organised rebellions on Brexit that helped bring down Theresa May
Theresa May abstains and Iain Duncan Smith votes against four-week national lockdown
EU sources complain that the PM isn’t interested - unlike his predecessor Theresa May