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Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)

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8 Jan 2021
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8 Jan 2021
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23 Oct 2020
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23 Oct 2020
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Death by Dangerous Driving (Sentencing) Bill 2019-21
6 Nov 2020
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16 Oct 2020
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16 Oct 2020
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15 Jan 2021
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15 Jan 2021
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Death by Dangerous Driving (Sentencing) Bill 2019-21

Speeches

Date Department Forum Title
Mon 22 Feb 2021 Cabinet Office Commons Chamber Excerpts from: Covid-19: Road Map
Theresa May contributed 1 speech (150 words)
Wed 03 Feb 2021 Cabinet Office Commons Chamber Excerpts from: Oral Answers to Questions
Theresa May contributed 1 speech (126 words)
Wed 13 Jan 2021 Department of Health and Social Care Commons Chamber Excerpts from: Mental Health Act Reform
Theresa May contributed 1 speech (153 words)
Mon 11 Jan 2021 Department for International Trade Commons Chamber Excerpts from: Global Britain
Theresa May contributed 2 speeches (660 words)
Wed 30 Dec 2020 Cabinet Office Commons Chamber Excerpts from: European Union (Future Relationship) Bill
Theresa May contributed 1 speech (715 words)
Wed 04 Nov 2020 Cabinet Office Commons Chamber Excerpts from: Public Health
Theresa May contributed 1 speech (699 words)
Mon 19 Oct 2020 Cabinet Office Commons Chamber Excerpts from: EU Exit: Negotiations and the Joint Committee
Theresa May contributed 1 speech (126 words)
Fri 16 Oct 2020 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Commons Chamber Excerpts from: Company Transparency (Carbon in Supply Chains) Bill
Theresa May contributed 1 speech (64 words)
Thu 08 Oct 2020 Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government Commons Chamber Excerpts from: Planning and House Building
Theresa May contributed 2 speeches (822 words)

Tweets

Date Source
4 Nov 2020, 10:30 a.m. Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)

We will soon know who will be the next US President. But, sadly, today also marks the US leaving the Paris accord — the world’s foremost attempt to build consensus on climate change. Whoever is elected has an immense responsibility to help tackle our planet’s greatest challenge. - Tweet Link

27 Jan 2021, 9:28 a.m. Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)

On #HolocaustMemorialDay, the world pauses to remember those who were murdered simply for who they were. We must never forget the importance of standing against prejudice and division to ensure that such human suffering is never permitted again. - Tweet Link

7 Jan 2021, 11:47 a.m. Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)

After yesterday's disturbing scenes at the Capitol, I welcome that Congress has certified @JoeBiden as the next President. The orderly transition of power is a hallmark of a mature democracy. There is no place for the rule of the mob. - Tweet Link

24 Dec 2020, 3:16 p.m. Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)

Very welcome news that the UK & EU have reached agreement on the terms of a deal - one that provides confidence to business and helps keep trade flowing. Looking forward to seeing the detail in the coming days. - Tweet Link

9 Dec 2020, 7:02 p.m. Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)

Great to discuss all things #G7 with aspiring G7 Youth Summit applicants this evening. The "Y7" is an opportunity for young people to play their part at the highest level of international decision making. Thanks to @UKFutureLeaders for their work in inspiring the next generation. https://t.co/2FnYJv3d0l - Tweet Link

14 Nov 2020, 9:41 a.m. Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)

Since insulin was discovered in 1921, millions of lives have been saved. But the number of people diagnosed with type 1 diabetes is on the rise. This #WorldDiabetesDay please join me in supporting @JDRFUK to find the next historic breakthrough. https://t.co/0m4Ddm8v8a - Tweet Link

7 Nov 2020, 8:24 p.m. Theresa May (Conservative - Maidenhead)

Congratulations @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. Your election marks a new chapter in the history of your country and in the special partnership between our two nations. The UK & US will always work together to defend our shared values. https://t.co/0MdKLCdXBq - Tweet Link


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Debates

Date Department Forum Title
Tue 23 Feb 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: (York Central) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellMrs Theresa - Link

Mon 22 Feb 2021 No Department present Lords Chamber Procedure and Privileges

Mentions:
1: It then went down in January 2019 to 785 because of the restraint of Theresa May, but we are now back - Link

Thu 11 Feb 2021 No Department present Lords Chamber Town and Country Planning (Border Facilities and Infrastructure) (EU Exit) (England) Special Development Order 2020 (SI 2020/928)

Mentions:
1: In January 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May made it clear that the UK would not remain in the single - Link

Wed 10 Feb 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Mark TamiChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Mark TamiMrs Theresa - Link

Wed 10 Feb 2021 Home Office Lords Chamber Domestic Abuse Bill

Mentions:
1: and sufficient therapists were available, and funding above the £2.3 billion already committed under Theresa - Link

Tue 09 Feb 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Mark TamiChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Mark TamiMrs Theresa - Link

Mon 08 Feb 2021 Ministry of Justice Lords Chamber Domestic Abuse Bill

Mentions:
1: I am very proud that it was my right honourable friend Theresa May who provided for the offence of “controlling - Link
2: As the right honourable Theresa May pointed out on Report in the Commons, we have to take account of - Link
3: When Theresa May introduced the offence of coercive and controlling behaviour in 2015, England and Wales - Link
4: In that connection, I have mentioned before in this House my disappointment that Theresa May, - Link

Wed 03 Feb 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: (York Central) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellMrs Theresa - Link

Mon 01 Feb 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: (York Central) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellMrs Theresa - Link

Mon 01 Feb 2021 Home Office Lords Chamber Domestic Abuse Bill

Mentions:
1: We can go back to the hostile environment started by Theresa May which led to Windrush. - Link
2: environment” was of course coined by the Labour Government back in 2007, not under my right honourable friend Theresa - Link

Wed 27 Jan 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Mark TamiChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Mark TamiMrs Theresa - Link

Tue 26 Jan 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Mark TamiChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Mark TamiMrs Theresa - Link

Mon 25 Jan 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Mark TamiChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Mark TamiMrs Theresa - Link

Mon 25 Jan 2021 Home Office Lords Chamber Domestic Abuse Bill

Mentions:
1: I would like to pause for a moment and congratulate the previous Prime Minister, Theresa May, who introduced - Link
2: Lords from all corners of your Lordships’ House who have paid tribute to my right honourable friend Theresa - Link

Thu 21 Jan 2021 Cabinet Office Lords Chamber G7 Summit
Thu 21 Jan 2021 Ministry of Defence Grand Committee British Armed Forces: Global Britain

Mentions:
1: budget, a welcome addition to our hard power, I am utterly dismayed—along with former Prime Minister Theresa - Link
2: Does the Minister agree with the words of former Prime Minister Theresa May that we should stop acting - Link

Wed 20 Jan 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: (York Central) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellMrs Theresa - Link

Tue 19 Jan 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: (York Central) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellMrs Theresa - Link

Tue 19 Jan 2021 Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office Lords Chamber Xinjiang: Forced Labour

Mentions:
1: I go back to 2015, when my right honourable friend the Member for Maidenhead, Theresa May, was Home Secretary - Link

Mon 18 Jan 2021 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: (York Central) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellChristian Matheson (City of Chester) (Lab)Sir Alan CampbellMrs Theresa - Link

Mon 11 Jan 2021 Home Office Lords Chamber Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill

Mentions:
1: damaged by evidence that led to the current inquiry on undercover officers established by Prime Minister Theresa - Link

Fri 08 Jan 2021 Cabinet Office Lords Chamber EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement

Mentions:
1: In that time, I served under both David Cameron as the Minister for the Northern Powerhouse and Theresa - Link
2: The then Home Secretary, Theresa May, opted back in to some 35 or 36 measures. - Link
3: Staying in would have been so much better, but surely the Minister must agree with Theresa May, in her - Link
4: The former Prime Minister Theresa May and Members of both Houses are committed to the modern slavery - Link

Wed 06 Jan 2021 Home Office Lords Chamber Law Enforcement: Brexit Impacts

Mentions:
1: May, gave only qualified support for these arrangements, when she spoke in the House of Commons on 30 - Link

Tue 05 Jan 2021 Cabinet Office Lords Chamber House of Lords Appointments Commission

Mentions:
1: Its advice was accepted by all Prime Ministers, from Tony Blair to Theresa May. - Link

Tue 05 Jan 2021 Home Office Lords Chamber Domestic Abuse Bill

Mentions:
1: will go a long way towards addressing this problem, and I pay tribute to the former Prime Minister, Theresa - Link
2: I pay particular tribute to the former Prime Minister Theresa May, whose Government introduced this once-in-a-generation - Link
3: Likewise at senior school, as Theresa May, Elizabeth Filkin and colleagues have set out in their report - Link
4: I pay tribute too to the previous Prime Minister, Theresa May, who had a huge role in bringing this legislation - Link
5: I also join other noble Lords in paying tribute to my right honourable friend Theresa May for - Link

Wed 30 Dec 2020 Cabinet Office Lords Chamber European Union (Future Relationship) Bill

Mentions:
1: I regret that we did not rally behind the deal that was painstakingly negotiated by Theresa May some - Link
2: He knew how to combat the usual EU negotiating tactics that left the hapless Theresa May with a sell-out - Link
3: The Brexit Party’s 2019 electoral success caused Theresa May to resign, and so Britain got, in Boris - Link

Wed 16 Dec 2020 HM Treasury Lords Chamber Taxation (Post-transition Period) Bill

Mentions:
1: Having agreed the deal that Theresa May negotiated, we then got the United Kingdom Internal Market - Link

Tue 08 Dec 2020 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Lords Chamber REACH etc. (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

Mentions:
1: Originally, under Theresa May, and when Michael Gove was Secretary of State, we were going to - Link

Thu 03 Dec 2020 HM Treasury Grand Committee Spending Review 2020

Mentions:
1: Theresa May once warned that the Tory Party must not become the nasty party. - Link

Wed 02 Dec 2020 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Lords Chamber State Aid (Revocations and Amendments) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

Mentions:
1: As Theresa May said in Florence in 2017, the UK and EU understand and agree about the purpose of state - Link

Mon 30 Nov 2020 Cabinet Office Grand Committee Definition of Qualifying Northern Ireland Goods (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

Mentions:
1: That paragraph was inserted after my party negotiated with Theresa May during that fateful - Link

Fri 27 Nov 2020 Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Lords Chamber Audiovisual Media Services (Amendment) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

Mentions:
1: have a recognition that, without the online harms legislation promised by the former Prime Minister Theresa - Link

Thu 26 Nov 2020 Home Office Lords Chamber Law Enforcement and Security (Separation Issues etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

Mentions:
1: As I say, I was very relaxed with what was described as the Theresa May deal—I always tried to describe - Link

Wed 25 Nov 2020 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: Marson (Hertford and Stortford) (Con)Stuart AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Chris ElmoreMrs Theresa - Link

Tue 24 Nov 2020 Scotland Office Lords Chamber Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill

Mentions:
1: core participant role to the official inquiry on undercover officers established by Prime Minister Theresa - Link

Wed 18 Nov 2020 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Lords Chamber United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Mentions:
1: It is clearly the case that there has been a change of policy and that Theresa May, in her commitment - Link

Tue 17 Nov 2020 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: Marson (Hertford and Stortford) (Con)Stuart AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Chris ElmoreMrs Theresa - Link

Tue 17 Nov 2020 Department of Health and Social Care Grand Committee Medicines and Medical Devices Bill

Mentions:
1: He was invited to take on three different areas by the Prime Minister, Theresa May. - Link

Mon 16 Nov 2020 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: Marson (Hertford and Stortford) (Con)Stuart AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Chris ElmoreMrs Theresa - Link

Mon 16 Nov 2020 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Grand Committee Competition (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

Mentions:
1: which deals with the change of emphasis of this Government compared with the previous direction under Theresa - Link

Mon 16 Nov 2020 Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Grand Committee Data Protection, Privacy and Electronic Communications (Amendments etc) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020

Mentions:
1: look of incredulity on the face of the former Home Secretary and Prime Minister, the right honourable Theresa - Link

Tue 10 Nov 2020 No Department present Commons Chamber Members Eligible for a Proxy Vote

Mentions:
1: Marson (Hertford and Stortford) (Con)Stuart AndrewRachael Maskell (York Central) (Lab)Chris ElmoreMrs Theresa - Link

Tue 10 Nov 2020 Home Office Lords Chamber UK Terrorism Threat Level

Mentions:
1: 6,000 more police officers, although that is 14,000 short of where we were when her previous boss, Theresa - Link

Mon 09 Nov 2020 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Lords Chamber United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Mentions:
1: They agreed on a solution that, in my opinion, is much inferior to the three deals that Theresa May tried - Link

Wed 04 Nov 2020 Cabinet Office Commons Chamber Public Health
Wed 04 Nov 2020 Department of Health and Social Care Lords Chamber Health Protection (Coronavirus) (Restrictions) (England) (No. 4) Regulations 2020

Mentions:
1: We cannot afford, as Theresa May said in the other place only a few hours ago, for it to look as if the - Link

Mon 02 Nov 2020 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Lords Chamber United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Mentions:
1: The previous Conservative Government of Theresa May envisaged that post-Brexit there would be - Link

Wed 21 Oct 2020 Cabinet Office Lords Chamber EU Exit: Negotiations and the Joint Committee

Mentions:
1: made the truly astonishing claim to the other place on Monday in response to former Prime Minister Theresa - Link

Tue 20 Oct 2020 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Lords Chamber United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Mentions:
1: He recalled how, in a meeting with EU officials, Theresa May asked why the Northern Ireland backstop - Link

Mon 19 Oct 2020 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Lords Chamber United Kingdom Internal Market Bill

Mentions:
1: majority for staying in the customs union, which, unfortunately, is nearer than the then Prime Minister, Theresa - Link
2: I well recall a meeting with EU officials that I attended with Theresa May, where she asked why the backstop - Link
3: The then Prime Minister, Theresa May, tried to find a way out of that conundrum, and did so very elegantly - Link

Wed 14 Oct 2020 Home Office Lords Chamber Extradition (Provisional Arrest) Bill [HL]

Mentions:
1: was to write a report on reform of the European arrest warrant, in which the former Home Secretary, Theresa - Link

Tue 13 Oct 2020 Department for International Trade Lords Chamber Trade Bill

Mentions:
1: The reason I think Kenya is so important is that it is where Theresa May, as our Prime Minister, chose - Link

Bill Documents

Date Legislation Title Type
Dec. 30 2020 European Union (Future Relationship) Act 2020 - Government Bill Bill 236 2019-21 EN (large print) (PDF) Explanatory Notes

Found: On 23 May 2019, Prime Minister Theresa May resign ed.

Dec. 30 2020 European Union (Future Relationship) Act 2020 - Government Bill Bill 236 2019-21 EN (PDF) Explanatory Notes

Found: On 23 May 2019, Prime Minister Theresa May resign ed.

Nov. 16 2020 National Security and Investment Bill 2019-21 - Government Bill House of Commons Library briefing paper Briefing papers

Found: Sweeping proposals in a national security and investment white paper under former prime minister Theresa

Nov. 12 2020 Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill 2019-21 - Government Bill Overseas Operations (Service Personnel and Veterans) Bill Library Notes

Found: The then Prime Minister, Theresa May, also said the Government would fiput an end to the industry of

Oct. 22 2020 Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill 2019-21 - Government Bill Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill: Briefing for Lords Stages Library Notes

Found: which they must workfl. 13 1.3 Undercover Policing Inquiry In 2015, the then Home Secretary , Theresa

Tweets

Date Source
21 Feb 2021, 4:22 p.m. Mike Gapes (The Independent Group for Change - Ilford South)

@williamjohnbird @RichardJMurphy Corbyn did so well that he couldn’t even win in 2017 against the disastrous Theresa May. And then he dragged Labour down in 2019 to its worst result since 1935. Some recovery. Check Mate. “Mate”. - Tweet Link

11 Feb 2021, 7:01 a.m. George Galloway (Respect - Bradford West)

SWEATY PALMS | Who would you least like to hold hands with? Sir Keith Starmer is winning the poll, er, hands down! It comes after Theresa May told her husband that she’d be seen holding Donald Trump’s hand. Because he’s afraid of stairs, apparently. #MOATS #Trump #TheresaMay https://t.co/OMRY0pE0oI - Tweet Link

10 Feb 2021, 12:01 p.m. George Galloway (Respect - Bradford West)

HANDY PANDY | When Donald Trump met Theresa May he held her hand. She rushed off to phone and warn her husband it was innocent before he saw the news. Really! But did she wash it afterwards? #MOATS #Trump #May #Covid https://t.co/5AFLpjb4Td - Tweet Link

7 Feb 2021, 7:53 a.m. Lord Wood of Anfield (Labour - Life peer)

It’s like we are in the Twilight Zone... Boris Johnson’s major change to the Theresa May Brexit transition proposal was PRECISELY to have a commercial border in the Irish Sea. It is also precisely why the DUP didn’t back it. Revisionists usually wait longer than 36 days. https://t.co/BCVyosh0Qo - Tweet Link

31 Jan 2021, 12:31 p.m. Mark Reckless (UK Independence Party - Rochester and Strood)

What about Theresa May interpreting EU common commercial policy as preventing us negotiating US deal while EU members https://t.co/9jj6lBu7Ze - Tweet Link

20 Jan 2021, 3:45 p.m. Joanna Cherry (Scottish National Party - Edinburgh South West)

He’s ruined YMCA for me in much the same way Theresa May abominated Dancing Queen. Except he’s a lot worse of course https://t.co/WrPJxYeEVf - Tweet Link

20 Jan 2021, 10:47 a.m. Rob Wilson (Conservative - Reading East)

Says a Prime Minister who tanked the UK’s global reputation... staying on now to whinge about her successor is poor show. Ted Heath did it & it didn’t go well. Theresa May accuses Boris Johnson of 'abandoning global moral leadership' | Theresa May https://t.co/rG3Wye9vOH - Tweet Link

20 Jan 2021, 9:44 a.m. Sarah Champion (Labour - Rotherham)

Theresa May: 'We abandoned our global moral leadership’. I agree & admire her for saying it. @theresa_may has always been a staunch supporter of 0.7% and understands our security is dependant on international collaboration https://t.co/owNbZw3NM2 via @MailOnline - Tweet Link

20 Jan 2021, 7:11 a.m. Stewart Malcolm McDonald (Scottish National Party - Glasgow South)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Defence)

A chorus of voices from across the political spectrum did tell Theresa May that Boris Johnson was a unfit for office when she appointed him as Foreign Secretary, and she defended him more than once. Still, better late than never. https://t.co/gkqhMXNjRL - Tweet Link

15 Jan 2021, 12:34 a.m. Peter Grant (Scottish National Party - Glenrothes)
Shadow SNP Deputy Spokesperson (Treasury - Chief Secretary)

@SamCoatesSky @MrHarryCole Have I missed something? Wasn’t there a guy called Steve Baker who was active in the ERG campaign to stab Theresa May in the back and install Boris as prime minister? Do you think they could be related? - Tweet Link

6 Jan 2021, 3:28 p.m. Afzal Khan (Labour - Manchester, Gorton)
Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Commons

Given Gavin was sacked from his last ministerial role under Theresa May, I don't think anyone is shocked to hear this. https://t.co/asrwYrqOh6 - Tweet Link

5 Jan 2021, 7:08 p.m. Stewart Malcolm McDonald (Scottish National Party - Glasgow South)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Defence)

‘Mr Johnson is said to fear the CRG, whose members include many of the MPs who operated as a “party within a party” as the pro-Brexit European Research Group that helped to bring down his predecessor Theresa May’ The anti-science tail wagging a lazy dog. https://t.co/KfWDjKlPnb - Tweet Link

4 Jan 2021, 8:43 p.m. Paul Scully (Conservative - Sutton and Cheam)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy)

@RobertM51490173 @BorisJohnson Yes, plus an extra £40m per week as announced back in June 2018 by Theresa May - Tweet Link

30 Dec 2020, 4:02 p.m. Wera Hobhouse (Liberal Democrat - Bath)
Liberal Democrat Shadow Leader of the House of Commons

@BroadSideUp All votes in Parliament are yes or no. Votes are not this or something else. Theresa May created this false argument with her withdrawal deal. Her deal or no deal - and whoops in came Boris Johnson’s deal. Voting against this deal is just that - no to this awful deal - Tweet Link

30 Dec 2020, 2:58 p.m. Barry Sheerman (Labour (Co-op) - Huddersfield)

Theresa May angry about rejection of her “ better” deal but is she correct? @BBCParliament - Tweet Link

30 Dec 2020, 11:03 a.m. Jonathan Reynolds (Labour (Co-op) - Stalybridge and Hyde)
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions

The Theresa May deal could be read as both a loss of sovereignty (via the backstop) and a loss of prosperity. Whatever merits it had it’s very hard to see how that would have been the basis for a long-term settlement - Tweet Link

30 Dec 2020, 10:49 a.m. Barry Sheerman (Labour (Co-op) - Huddersfield)

Theresa May right to warn that sovereignty does not mean isolationism @BBCParliament - Tweet Link

30 Dec 2020, 10:45 a.m. Lord Adonis (Labour - Life peer)

Theresa May does a massive hatchet job on Johnson. ‘Sovereignty doesn’t mean exceptionalism or isolationism’ - Tweet Link

30 Dec 2020, 10:44 a.m. Lord Adonis (Labour - Life peer)

Theresa May says her deal was better than Johnson’s and she is ‘disappointed’ at the lack of provision for services - and gives chapter & verse on how bad it is for financial services - Tweet Link

26 Dec 2020, 7:53 p.m. Neil O'Brien (Conservative - Harborough)

About one in ten had no prior conditions. But having a prior condition doesn't mean you are about to die! EG about 10,000 had diabetes. Theresa May has it and was Prime Minister! A study by Glasgow Uni suggested the average victim would have had another ten years - that's a lot. - Tweet Link

24 Dec 2020, 5:46 p.m. Tim Farron (Liberal Democrat - Westmorland and Lonsdale)
Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Housing, Communities and Local Government)

I can make a revisionist case for Theresa May, struggling with dignity against the appalling hand dealt her and a treacherous Conservative party who wouldn’t allow themselves to be led. I can make no such case for Cameron who sleepwalked into a pointless gamble which the UK lost. https://t.co/EQBGACU9lS - Tweet Link

12 Dec 2020, 4:40 p.m. George Freeman (Conservative - Mid Norfolk)

@AnInfiniteDaz @EFTA4UK @AnInfiniteDaz I have always backed & defended our PMs (Theresa May & Boris Johnson) to keep the risk of NoDeal as a (bad) outcome if there is no negotiated agreement. When negotiating they need our support. With negotiations now over, I think EFTA wld be best for MidNorfolk. - Tweet Link

8 Dec 2020, 10:55 a.m. Peter Kyle (Labour - Hove)
Shadow Minister (Justice)

From the moment of the 2016 referendum there was a clear majority in the Commons and country for a soft Brexit. But Theresa May prioritised Tory unity above the British economy. She whipped against a soft-Brexit, then said 'but there's no majority for an alternative'. - Tweet Link

4 Dec 2020, 2:08 p.m. Baroness Featherstone (Liberal Democrat - Life peer)

Not surprised by this. Theresa May, had a Damascene conversion on her journey from voting for Section 28 to backing me to the hilt on same sex marriage. Once she had decided this path she has been genuine and steadfast in her support for the LGBT community https://t.co/egbsZKBzgW - Tweet Link

25 Nov 2020, 12:07 p.m. Matt Western (Labour - Warwick and Leamington)
Opposition Whip (Commons)

@Keir_Starmer reminds PM that he wrote the introduction to the Ministerial Code in which bullying and harassment are clearly breaches. Asks what message this sends that he has backed his bullying Home Sec. nb Theresa May served for 6yrs as HoSec, Amber Rudd for 2 without bullying - Tweet Link

20 Nov 2020, 1:18 p.m. Neil Coyle (Labour - Bermondsey and Old Southwark)

Today proves Theresa May, who fired Priti Patel for breaching the ministerial code, has more of a spine than the blobfish Boris Johnson who has failed to fire her for the latest breach. He is utterly spineless. https://t.co/kI6dYXptx1 - Tweet Link

11 Nov 2020, 3:54 p.m. Tom Randall (Conservative - Gedling)

During Wednesday’s @CommonsPACAC, I asked former Number 10 Special Advisers to Tony Blair, Theresa May & Margaret Thatcher about the relationship between them and civil servants, particularly powers to order civil servants   https://t.co/kcDjmNvN3M - Tweet Link

19 Oct 2020, 10:08 p.m. Baroness Royall of Blaisdon (Labour - Life peer)

Theresa May caught on camera ridiculing Michael Gove’s Brexit claims https://t.co/EtY32WfUXR - Tweet Link

19 Oct 2020, 9 p.m. Angela Rayner (Labour - Ashton-under-Lyne)
Deputy Leader of the Official Opposition

I really do hope the Tories keep wheeling out Michael Gove to defend their disastrous record. Firstly he does his two bob macho man act on the Covid restrictions facing GM. Then he makes the former PM Theresa May squirm with his nonsense speech on a EU security&crime agreement!😩 - Tweet Link

19 Oct 2020, 8:26 p.m. Luke Pollard (Labour (Co-op) - Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport)
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

I don’t often agree with Theresa May, but I do here... https://t.co/yT7aB7WN3b - Tweet Link

19 Oct 2020, 4:35 p.m. Darren Jones (Labour - Bristol North West)

I agree with Theresa May...(didn't think I'd be tweeting that!). https://t.co/R5vXoftXwL - Tweet Link

19 Oct 2020, 4:13 p.m. Carolyn Harris (Labour - Swansea East)

Theresa May has spent more than enough time with Michael Gove to know when he's talking utter nonsense 👇 https://t.co/2iUa47yVqr - Tweet Link

19 Oct 2020, 3:59 p.m. Stewart Malcolm McDonald (Scottish National Party - Glasgow South)
Shadow SNP Spokesperson (Defence)

On the substance Theresa May is right, of course, but let's not forget she was an expert at answering questions she wasn't asked when at the despatch box. https://t.co/nlcaRru9h5 - Tweet Link

19 Oct 2020, 3:57 p.m. Diana Johnson (Labour - Kingston upon Hull North)

Must say former PM Theresa May is pointing out one of the big holes in government’s strategy on #Brexit the issue of what happens to our long standing security arrangements with EU if #NoDealBrexit - Tweet Link

18 Oct 2020, 9:21 a.m. Lord Adonis (Labour - Life peer)

Sorry to learn from the Sunday Times that David Cameron & Theresa May are trying to censor Jeremy Heywood’s biography by his wife. I expect that will just make her more determined to publish it - and quite right. An important historical record - Tweet Link

Dept. Publications

Guidance and Regulation

Date Department Title Type
Dec. 02 2020 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Source Page: Manufacturing and marketing fertilisers from 1 January 2021
Document: Border Operating Model (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is a UK Government department which was created by Theresa

Research and Statistics

Date Department Title Type
Nov. 02 2020 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Source Page: Natural Capital Committee’s end of term report
Document: Natural Capital Committee’s end of term report (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: - term, 25 year plan for protecting and improving the environment .2,3 The former Prime Minister, Theresa

Transparency

Date Department Title Type
Oct. 19 2020 Home Office Source Page: 2020 UK annual report on modern slavery
Document: 2020 UK annual report on modern slavery (PDF)
Transparency

Found: Theresa May, at the UN General Assembly in September 2017 is a political declaration on a set of common

Non-Dept Publications

Research and Statistics

Date Non Ministerial Department Title Type
Feb. 24 2021 Commission for Countering Extremism Source Page: Operating with impunity: legal review
Document: Operating with impunity: legal review (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: accessed: 3 December 2020), < https://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/politics/ london-bridge-human-rights-theresa-may-democracy-europe-terror

Dec. 17 2020 Committee on Standards in Public Life (CSPL) Source Page: Intimidation in Public Life: progress report on recommendations
Document: Intimidation in Public Life: progress report on recommendations (webpage)
Research and Statistics

Found: Details Intimidation in Public Life In July 2017, the Committee was asked by the then Prime Minister, Theresa

Dec. 04 2020 Law Commission Source Page: Misconduct in Public Office
Document: Misconduct in Public Office (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: Hillsborough Independent Panel reviewed 450,000 documents and published its report, then Home Secretary Theresa

Transparency

Date Non Ministerial Department Title Type
Dec. 17 2020 BBC Source Page: BBC Annual Report and Accounts for 2019/20
Document: BBC Annual Report and Accounts for 2019/20 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: times It has been an exceptional and unprecedented year for BBC News, covering the last months of Theresa

Nov. 06 2020 Imperial War Museum (IWM) Source Page: Imperial War Museum annual report and accounts 2019 to 2020
Document: Imperial War Museum annual report and accounts 2019 to 2020 (PDF)
Transparency

Found: On 4 June President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May visited Churchill War Rooms as par t