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Theresa May
Prime Minister and Leader.
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Theresa May 10h
We need to change the expectation that it’s always the mother that takes on most of the childcare at the expense of her career. I spoke to parents about how we want to make parental leave fairer.
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UK Prime Minister 13h
“I believe that increasing paternity entitlements will not only give fathers more time to spend with their newborns, but will also be an important step towards equalising the roles of men and women both at home and in the workplace.” – PM
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UK Prime Minister Jul 18
PM hosted her last Downing Street reception as Prime Minister today, where she thanked police for their incredible service, ahead of the Awards.
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Theresa May Jul 18
Many congratulations to two recently selected Parliamentary candidates - for Kensington and for Cardiff North. Both will make superb Members of Parliament, and I look forward to seeing them on the green benches!
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Theresa May Jul 17
If we can recapture the spirit of common purpose - as I believe we must - then we can be optimistic about what together we can achieve.
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Theresa May Jul 17
When will Jeremy Corbyn apologise for his failure to deal with racism in the Labour Party?
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UK Prime Minister Jul 17
WATCH LIVE: PM makes a speech on the state of politics
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UK Prime Minister Jul 17
This week, for the first time, ex-offenders prepared and served food for a reception at 10 Downing Street. Hear from about how they are changing attitudes, transforming lives and creating second chances.
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Theresa May Jul 17
On Monday I hosted a reception to celebrate positive opportunities and showcase the work of those who help steer young people away from violent crime. It was a pleasure to hear first-hand about the great work being done.
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UK Prime Minister Jul 16
"Let us support one another, bringing together people, capital and ideas to benefit the UK and India alike. And let us turn the shared values that make our nations great into shared prosperity for all of our people." – PM 🇬🇧🇮🇳
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Theresa May Jul 16
From where I stand today I see the very modern face of UK-India relations. World-leading businesses. Cutting-edge technology. 🇬🇧🇮🇳
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Theresa May Jul 16
Every child is born with potential. We just have to make sure it’s unlocked and allowed to flourish.
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Theresa May Jul 16
Domestic abuse can take many forms, from horrific physical violence to coercive behaviour that robs people of their self-esteem, their freedom and their right to feel safe in their own homes, but the immense bravery I’ve seen demonstrated by survivors is consistent throughout.
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Theresa May Jul 16
. are a team that represents modern Britain – and that plays like no other side in the world. They have made history. They have helped the nation fall in love with cricket once again.
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UK Prime Minister Jul 16
Sport has the power to change lives. We held a reception to celebrate the volunteers who are working to steer young people away from violence. We caught up with to ask how the Kicks programme uses the power of football to help young people. ⚽
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Lewis Pugh Jul 16
It’s been 1 year since I swam the length of the English Channel to protest against the under-protection of UK waters. The turnaround has been remarkable. It’s fair to say that the UK now leads the world in ocean protection. 🐟🦀🐬👇
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Theresa May Jul 16
Here we have a team that will be spoken of in awe for generations to come. On behalf of the whole country, congratulations to England’s World Cup winners! 🏏
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Theresa May Jul 15
The UK car industry has a brilliant opportunity to lead the world in the design and manufacture of electric vehicles, protecting jobs around the country and meeting our commitment to emissions by 2050.
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Theresa May Jul 15
Alan Turing's pioneering work in mathematics and computer science played a crucial part in ending the Second World War. It is only fitting that we remember his legacy and the brilliant contribution LGBT people have made to our country on the new £50 note.
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Theresa May Jul 14
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