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Theresa May

Former Conservative MP for Maidenhead ( 1 May 1997 – 30 May 2024)


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King’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (Continued) (23 Jul 2024)

Lord Northbrook: ...-compensating appointment of new Peers. Slightly confusingly, the Prime Minister has already authorised the appointment of an 81 year-old Baroness. The only Prime Minister to limit appointments was Theresa May. More should follow her example. The Appointments Commission should be put on a statutory basis and firmly applied to all new appointments—political ones included—thus...

Health and Social Care: NHS Mental Health Services (23 Jul 2024)

Stephen Kinnock: ...to modernise the Mental Health Act 1983, which is a hugely significant step that has been warmly welcomed by service users, campaigners and, indeed, the former Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May.

King’s Speech (4th Day) - Debate (4th Day) (22 Jul 2024)

Lord Monks: ...at work and respect became shared goals, whereas we were always a bit more confrontational and, despite valiant attempts, never quite managed to land that kind of culture. Let us remember that Theresa May dipped her toe in that water when she aired the concept of workers on boards, but that faded as she and her Government collapsed in the damaging aftermath of Brexit. These are very good...

King’s Speech (4th Day) - Debate (4th Day) (22 Jul 2024)

Lord Monks: ...at work and respect became shared goals, whereas we were always a bit more confrontational and, despite valiant attempts, never quite managed to land that kind of culture. Let us remember that Theresa May dipped her toe in that water when she aired the concept of workers on boards, but that faded as she and her Government collapsed in the damaging aftermath of Brexit. These are very good...

King’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (19 Jul 2024)

Baroness Berridge: ...gives you a sense of the relative strengths and weaknesses of civil society groups regarding the issues before you. This reform was instituted by the former Prime Minister, the right honourable Theresa May, because of racial disproportionality in the use of the Mental Health Act. The bold recommendation of the committee to abolish community treatment orders—the right reverend Prelate...

King’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (19 Jul 2024)

Baroness Berridge: ...gives you a sense of the relative strengths and weaknesses of civil society groups regarding the issues before you. This reform was instituted by the former Prime Minister, the right honourable Theresa May, because of racial disproportionality in the use of the Mental Health Act. The bold recommendation of the committee to abolish community treatment orders—the right reverend Prelate...

King’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) (18 Jul 2024)

Baroness Kennedy of Cradley: ...in 1997 to deliver social change. It particularly concentrates on tackling housing and homelessness. Being the last contributor from the Back Benches is a tough gig. It was suggested to me that maybe I should have a word with the new Chief Whip, but I decided against that. I want to use this time to talk about the private rented sector. The private rented sector is in need of reform and...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (17 Jul 2024)

Paula Barker: ...heard much this evening about cross-party work, and it would be remiss of me not to also place on record my thanks to the former right hon. Member for Maidenhead, who will go to the other place, Theresa May. She was pivotal in the Hillsborough inquiry as well, and for that I place my thanks on record. Like so many Scousers, I had family and friends at Hillsborough on that fateful day in...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] (17 Jul 2024)

Paula Barker: ...heard much this evening about cross-party work, and it would be remiss of me not to also place on record my thanks to the former right hon. Member for Maidenhead, who will go to the other place, Theresa May. She was pivotal in the Hillsborough inquiry as well, and for that I place my thanks on record. Like so many Scousers, I had family and friends at Hillsborough on that fateful day in...

Members Sworn ( 9 Jul 2024)

Lindsay Hoyle: ...first the Father of the House, then the Mother of the House, then members of the Cabinet, then members of the shadow Cabinet, then Privy Counsellors not included in those two groups, wherever they may be sitting, and then other Ministers. Thereafter, I shall call other hon. Members broadly according to the Parliament of their first entry or, for those with broken service, that of their...

Valedictory Debate (24 May 2024)

Theresa May: ...in the House. It has been a pleasure latterly—perhaps in our early days we did not work together quite so well—to champion those issues together. While I am talking about women in this House, may I take this opportunity to say to you, Madam Deputy Speaker, and to the Chairman of Ways and Means, my right hon. Friend the Member for Epping Forest (Dame Eleanor Laing), what a pleasure it...

Finance (No.2) Bill (23 May 2024)

...Danny Kruger John Lamont Robert Largan Pauline Latham Edward Leigh Andrew Lewer Brandon Lewis Julian Lewis Mark Logan Julia Lopez Jack Lopresti Cherilyn Mackrory Alan Mak Kit Malthouse Scott Mann Theresa May Jerome Mayhew Esther McVey Mark Menzies Huw Merriman Stephen Metcalfe Robin Millar Amanda Milling Gagan Mohindra Robbie Moore Penny Mordaunt Anne Marie Morris Wendy Morton Kieran...

Written Answers — Church Commissioners: Slavery (23 May 2024)

Andrew Selous: ...between the Church of England and the Trustees of the Community of St John the Baptist (known as the Clewer Sisters). It was launched in October 2017 with the backing of the then Prime Minister Theresa May and the Archbishop of Canterbury. It started as an initial three-year programme working to help the Church of England's 42 dioceses support victims of modern slavery and identify signs...

Infected Blood - Statements (21 May 2024)

Baroness Featherstone: ...heartfelt thanks to Sir Brian Langstaff. It was an absolute miracle that he chaired this inquiry, because he did not hold his punches yesterday, did he? I also want to put on record my thanks to Theresa May, whom I worked with in the Home Office and whose ear I bent regularly. She was the first politician to do things right by commissioning this inquiry. Although it has taken five years...

Infected Blood Compensation Scheme (21 May 2024)

John Glen: I thank the hon. Gentleman for his question. We can go back to the Governments of Heath, Callaghan, Wilson, Thatcher, Major, Blair, Brown, Cameron and Theresa May; all of them come under criticism. Theresa May initiated a public inquiry with significant input from numbers of people across the House. We on the Government side have all been clear that we wish things had happened sooner, but I...

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods — [Carolyn Harris in the Chair] (20 May 2024)

Guy Opperman: ...I am afraid that currently that is not a viable solution. I will try to address in detail why that is the case. Clearly, blue badges are linked to the individual and not the vehicle. A badge holder may travel as a driver or a passenger in any vehicle, including a taxi or minicab, allowing them to access more easily the goods and services that they need to use. Therefore it is not possible...

Infected Blood Inquiry Report (20 May 2024)

Theresa May: Sir Brian Langstaff’s report today has finally uncovered the truth of this appalling tragedy, which has affected the lives of so many. So many have been fighting, as the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition said, for decades to get to this point. Sir Brian has highlighted a devastating and abject failure of the British state: medical professionals, civil servants and politicians,...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 44 - Sexual exploitation of an adult (15 May 2024)

...Julian Lewis Ian Liddell-Grainger Mark Logan Marco Longhi Julia Lopez Jack Lopresti Jonathan Lord Tim Loughton Craig Mackinlay Cherilyn Mackrory Rachel Maclean Alan Mak Kit Malthouse Scott Mann Theresa May Jerome Mayhew Paul Maynard Karl McCartney Esther McVey Huw Merriman Stephen Metcalfe Robin Millar Maria Miller Amanda Milling Nigel Mills Gagan Mohindra Damien Moore Robbie Moore Penny...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 59 - Ban on “ninja swords” (15 May 2024)

...Brandon Lewis Ian Liddell-Grainger Mark Logan Marco Longhi Julia Lopez Jack Lopresti Jonathan Lord Tim Loughton Craig Mackinlay Cherilyn Mackrory Rachel Maclean Alan Mak Kit Malthouse Scott Mann Theresa May Jerome Mayhew Paul Maynard Karl McCartney Esther McVey Huw Merriman Stephen Metcalfe Robin Millar Maria Miller Amanda Milling Nigel Mills Gagan Mohindra Damien Moore Robbie Moore Penny...

Criminal Justice Bill: New Clause 91 - Offence of failing to meet pollution performance commitment levels (15 May 2024)

...Brandon Lewis Julian Lewis Ian Liddell-Grainger Mark Logan Marco Longhi Julia Lopez Jack Lopresti Tim Loughton Craig Mackinlay Cherilyn Mackrory Rachel Maclean Alan Mak Kit Malthouse Scott Mann Theresa May Jerome Mayhew Paul Maynard Karl McCartney Esther McVey Huw Merriman Stephen Metcalfe Robin Millar Maria Miller Amanda Milling Nigel Mills Gagan Mohindra Damien Moore Robbie Moore Penny...


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