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Theresa May

Conservative MP for Maidenhead (1 May 1997 – current)


Results 1–20 of 2000 for theresa may

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: EU Special Status for Northern Ireland (17 Oct 2016)

Phillip Logan: Thank you. No. We got our answer on that. Theresa May has committed to triggering article 50 by March next year. That is what they are committed to doing, and we are absolutely supportive of that. You see, Theresa May is our Prime Minister. We are united with the United Kingdom, which has the fifth largest economy in the world. Perhaps —

Scottish Parliament: Brexit Update (12 Dec 2018)

George Adam: After a chaotic week in Westminster, Theresa May has become the first Prime Minister in the UK for 70 years to cancel a vote on a major international treaty. With Theresa May having ceased to govern in Westminster, does the cabinet secretary agree that it is time for all parties to unite to remove the Prime Minister and pave the way for a people’s vote?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (9 Jun 2010)

Harriet Harman: May I ask the Prime Minister the question again, because I was asking not about people entering people's houses, but about CCTV? Can I tell him what Theresa was saying to me on Friday? [Hon. Members: "Theresa?"] Not the Home Secretary, but Theresa from the Poets Corner estate in my constituency. That Theresa is the one who knows about living on an estate that needs CCTV. Let me tell the Prime...

Scottish Parliament: Brexit (Indicative Votes) (28 Mar 2019)

.... It is traditional in politics for leaders to say to colleagues, “If you don’t back me on an issue of such importance, I might have to resign.” That is not the case with the Tories, though; Theresa May’s position is, “If you don’t back me, I’ll stay.” Theresa May must be the only leader in living memory who has tried to fall on her own sword and has managed to miss. It is...

Northern Ireland (26 Jun 2017)

Matt Warman: ...2017 than did so at the previous opportunity. No one else will blow that trumpet, so I thought I should. Many of them did so because they were inspired by the vision for Brexit that was laid out by Theresa May. Can the First Secretary reassure me that this deal will strengthen Theresa May’s hand when it comes to Brexit and ensure that we can deliver control of our borders and our laws,...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (18 Apr 2018)

Theresa May: May I assure my hon. Friend that Theresa from Maidenhead would bring exactly that? I am very pleased that, in yesterday’s unemployment figures, we see employment in this country at a record high. Any visit to Carlisle will be about jobs, it will be about the future and it will be about national security—our commitment to spend 2% of our GDP on our defence, our commitment to ensure that we...

Scottish Parliament: Independence Referendum (21 Mar 2017)

Ash Denham: Not now. And what is to keep Theresa May from doing that, so reluctant is she to hear the voice of Scotland? That is a question that, unfortunately, we must now ask ourselves. She failed to move an inch in compromising on Scotland’s place in Europe; she failed to consult the joint ministerial committee of devolved Administrations before moving ahead with her reckless Brexit plans; and she...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Knife Crime: Knife Crime (28 Jun 2019)

Sadiq Khan: ...no link between industrial-scale stop-and-search and a reduction in crime. Point number one. Point number two. The reduction of industrial-scale stop-and-search began when Boris Johnson was the Mayor and Theresa May was the PM, and I supported them in relation to not using industrial-scale, indiscriminate stop-and-stop. There was an 80% reduction when Boris Johnson was the Mayor and...

Scottish Parliament: Response to the Outcome of the Meaningful Vote in Westminster (16 Jan 2019)

Tavish Scott: Last night, Theresa May’s deal was savaged by MPs—mostly her own, despite her showering them with knighthoods and honours and giving £1 billion to the Democratic Unionist Party. Today, the Prime Minister will not say to whom she intends to talk, she will not say what plan B is and she will not change her red lines. She carries on as though nothing has happened. Does the cabinet secretary...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Social Attitudes Survey (6 Oct 2016)

...that they make here not where they were born or, indeed, the colour of their passport. That work is undermined by some of the rhetoric that we have heard from the Tory conference this week. Theresa May’s speech yesterday was endorsed by Marine Le Pen, the leader of the French far right. Nigel Farage said yesterday that “virtually everything” that Theresa May said in her speech were...

Support for Women (Economic Downturn) (5 Mar 2009)

Theresa May: ...other highly paid industries. It is about ensuring that women at the bottom of the pay scale also have proper and fair protection—women who work hard to provide for their families, and some who may have the confidence to fight for fairness. Back in 2007, I made a number of proposals that I believe will make a real difference. I even set up a Facebook group, Theresa May for Equal Pay,...

Business of the House (10 February) (8 Feb 2016)

...That at the sitting on Wednesday 10 February, Standing Order No. 16 (Proceedings under an Act or on European Union documents) shall not apply to proceedings on the Motion in the name of Secretary Theresa May relating to Police Grant Report or to proceedings on the Motion in the name of Secretary Greg Clark relating to Local Government Finance; the Speaker shall put the Questions...

Business of the House (10 February) (5 Feb 2015)

...February, the provisions of Standing Orders No. 16 (Proceedings under an Act or on European Union documents) and No. 41A (Deferred divisions) shall not apply to the Motion in the name of Secretary Theresa May relating to the Police Grant Report and the Motions in the name of Secretary Eric Pickles relating to Local Government Finance Reports, and the Speaker shall put the Questions...

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Wanless Review (11 Nov 2014)

Yasmin Qureshi: ...heard from the victims groups, which expressed reservations about some members of the panel for the overarching inquiry and suggested three names for the chair. Two of them, Nelson Mandela and Theresa May are obviously not possibilities—[Interruption.] Sorry, I mean Madam Theresa—[Laughter.] Mother Teresa! But they did suggest one sensible name, Michael Mansfield. Will the Home...

Scottish Parliament: European Union Withdrawal Negotiations (5 Mar 2019)

James Kelly: ...moment in the Parliament’s history, as both the Scottish Parliament and the Welsh Assembly hold simultaneous debates on this important issue. They will no doubt reach a position that rejects Theresa May’s deal, that rejects no deal and which calls for an extension of article 50. In this afternoon’s debate, there is no doubt that the Tories are isolated—they look deeply...

Scottish Parliament: Migration (14 Nov 2017)

Willie Rennie: ...says: “immigration is crucial to key sectors, including public services, health, higher education, rural industries, the hospitality sector and financial services”. They are cold hearted—Theresa May has said: “there are thousands of people who have been forced out of the labour market, still unable to find a job.” They are light and fluffy—the Conservative amendment goes on to...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Engagements (8 Jun 2006)

Theresa May: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister (1) if he will list the meetings he will be (a) chairing and (b) attending in the week commencing Monday 15 May as part of his official duties; (2) if he will list his official engagements for the week commencing 15 May;

Business of the House: Legislative Process (1 Nov 2006)

Theresa May: I am tempted to say that rather more people may be interested in attending our party conferences than the hon. Gentleman's party conference, so it may be a more significant matter for the main political parties.

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation (23 Mar 2000)

Theresa May: Will the Secretary of State bear with me? I may be about to answer the question he was about to ask, so he may not need to rise.

European Council (25 Mar 2019)

Theresa May: I want to deliver on the vote of those 17.4 million people to leave the European Union. I continue to believe that it is better to do so with a deal. We have the extension to 22 May. We can guarantee Brexit by agreeing a deal and leaving on 22 May.


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