Showing posts with label Theresa May. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Theresa May. Show all posts

Saturday, June 10, 2017

NEWS: Theresa May Battling To Remain In Downing Street

 In other news, Senior Conservatives are tonight taking soundings over whether to replace Theresa May as Prime Minister following her dismal general election performance.

According to news sources, the Conservatives are  fighting to run a minority government, senior MPs are concerned that Mrs May now lacks the authority to negotiate a successful Brexit.

Friday, June 9, 2017

NEWS: Conservatives Lose Majority In UK 2017 Election

 In other news, Britain's Conservatives have lost their majority in a snap general election that has resulted in a hung parliament.

According to news sources with just a handful of seats left to be declared, Thursday's poll shows gains for the opposition Labour Party.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

NEWS: Corbyn & May Clash Over Trust In General Election 2017

 Jeremy Corbyn has said the public "cannot trust" Theresa May as the two clashed over plans for a snap election.

The Labour leader told MPs the Tories had "broken promises" on the NHS and the deficit and "starved" schools of money while cutting tax for the rich.

The prime minister said Labour would "bankrupt" the UK and

Friday, February 3, 2017

NEWS: Britain To Lay Aside Brexit Strategy

 Prime Minister Theresa May’s government was to publish its Brexit strategy Thursday after winning a first parliamentary vote on a bill that would empower her to start pulling Britain out of the EU.

The so-called “white paper” will outline Britain’s negotiating aims as May prepares to officially begin the process of divorce from the European Union following last year’s historic referendum vote.

In an emotional parliamentary session, MPs on

Thursday, February 2, 2017

NEWS: British PM Theresa May Condemns Trump’s Divisive Bans

 Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday told British lawmakers that US President Donald Trump’s temporary immigration ban was “divisive and wrong”, five days after she initially refused to condemn the move.

“On the policy that President Trump has introduced, this government is clear that that policy is wrong”, May told MPs after being pressed by opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn in parliament.

“We believe it is divisive and wrong,” she said, speaking to

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Conservative Leadership Election: Theresa May Win More Than Half Of MPs' Votes

 Theresa May said she was the only leadership candidate who can unite the Conservative Party and the country in the wake of the Brexit vote, after receiving the overwhelming support of Tory MPs in her attempt to become the next prime minister.

Mrs May established a firm lead in the first round of voting, winning the support of more than half of the party’s MPs. Former Defence Secretary Liam Fox, who