Theresa May becomes UK Prime Minister
Theresa Mary May (TMM) is a well known British Politician who is now the current leader of Conservative party. A position which she was elected on 11 July 2016. May the daughter of a Vicar was born 1st day of October 1956 Eastbourne. The 59 old is currently serving as United Kingdom Prime Minister. She is also a Member of Parliament for Maidenhead.
Theresa May started her early life in Oxfordshire in the year 1977. She went to State sector Primary and grammar school and in 1977 she studied Geography at St Hugh’s College with a second class BA degree. She worked for Bank of England (capital International in 1980). She got married to Philip John May Later in the year 1985 to 1997 she served at the Association of Payment Clearing Services. Theresa May also served as a councilor for the London Borough of Merton’s Durnsford Ward. In 1992 she came out for House of Commons but was unsuccessful to be elected. Later she was voted for MP for Maidenhead during the general election in the year 1997.
As a good leader Theresa May played a good roles, most in the shadow cabinets of William Hague, Iain Duncan Smith, Michael Howard and David Cameron, also Shadow leader of the House of Commons and Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary. Theresa May was the chairman of the Conservative Party in the year 2002 to 2003 a position which made her to be well known in United Kingdom.
Brief on her political Career
Theresa May (TMM) a great woman indeed, held so many positions and appointments. A pursuit which made her to announce her candidacy for the leadership of Conservative Party on 24th of June 2016 when David Cameron Announce his resignation as United Kingdom Prime Minister.
In 1998 when her political ambition started she was appointed as spokesman for Woman, Schools and disable people. Also in May 12th 2010 David Cameron appointed Theresa may as Home Secretary. Mary may as a history breaker was the first to become the first of the MPs to enter the Shadow Cabinet. Theresa May became the second female United Kingdom Prime Minister. A great woman, one Nation Conservative and liberal Conservation as identifies, held the following positions/appointments:
Shadow Spokesman for Schools, Disabled People and Women (1998 – June 1999).
Shadow Education and Employment Secretary (1999)
Chairman of the Conservative Party in July 2002.
Secretary of State for Transport (2003)
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. (2009)
MP for Maidenhead (May 2010)
Minister for Women and Equality (2010)
Home Secretary (May 2010)
Leader of the Conservative Party (11 July 2016)
UK Prime Minister (13 July 2016) etc.
David Cameron has led a one united nation government and with that spirit I have planned to lead, David’s true legacy is not about economy but about a social justice. Theresa May said, on her first speech as UK Prime Minster.