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Theresa May

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Who is Theresa May?

 

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Theresa May challenges Boris Johnson on Covid lockdown parties after Gray report

 

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Theresa May says she does not support Rwanda asylum plan

 

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Weekend Update: Theresa May - SNL

 

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Theresa May questions Boris Johnson on journalist missing in Brazil | PMQs

 

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Thank you! #CPC18 https://t.co/7o5TNrOwMk

 

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#CPC18 begins with a cup of tea with @RuthDavidsonMSP. https://t.co/Bu1wTDuYKq

 

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The EU should be clear: I will not overturn the result of the referendum. Nor will I break up my country. https://t.co/fYhIgGWV1Q

 

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That’s what he’s done to Labour - just think what he’d do to this country. https://t.co/R6F445x8gy

Theresa Mary May is a British politician who served as the 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.
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  • Personal 

  • Financial sector 

  • Entry into politics 

  • Unsuccessful national attempts 

  • Wins seat in Parliament 

  • Home Secretary 

  • Police and crime 

  • Anti-social behaviour 

  • Drug policy 

  • Immigration 

  • Family migration 

  • Deportation decisions 

  • Abu Qatada deportation 

  • "Go Home" advertisements 

  • Windrush scandal 

  • Birmingham schools row 

  • Minister for Women and Equalities 

  • Leadership election 

  • Appointment 

  • Cabinet changes 

  • First term (2016–2017) 

  • 2017 general election 

  • Second term (2017–2019) 

  • Contempt of Parliament 

  • Votes of no confidence 

  • Resignation 

  • Ministerial resignations 

  • Public opinion 

  • Political positions 

  • Foreign policy 

  • Economic policy 

  • Workers' representatives 

  • Environment 

  • EU and Brexit 

  • Feminism 

  • Same-sex relationships 

  • Post-premiership 

  • Freedom of the City