Theresa May is a famous British politician. From 2010 to 2012, she headed the ministerial portfolio for women’s affairs (for equality) in the government of David Cameron, and later served as Minister of the Interior (2010-2016). In the summer of 2016, she headed the UK government, replacing Cameron as prime minister. During her tenure as prime minister, the population of Great Britain voted to leave the European Union, which led to a wide public debate. In May 2019, the politician announced that he was resigning. British Prime Minister Theresa May According to Mikhail Gorbachev, Theresa May can become as popular a politician as Margaret Thatcher. Now, the status of a “lead lady”, a flexible but tough politician, has been firmly entrenched for her. In 2018, Forbes placed Teresa May on the 14th line of the list of the most influential people in the world.
THE BEGINNING OF POLITICAL QUARRY TERESA MAY
From 1984 to 1992, Mai was a member of local government, then she ran for Parliament from North West Durham County, participated in the early elections in 1994 from Barking County. But – alas – all these attempts failed. The first success in politics Teresa May waited in 1997 – she entered the House of Commons of Britain. Teresa May at the dawn of a political career (1992). Until 2002, May built a career in the Tory government while remaining in the shadows. “The Gray Cardinal of the Conservatives” – that was the opinion of the people. In 2002 Teresa was elected to the post of chairman of the Conservative Party. She became the first woman to oversee technical issues and the provision of Tories. Theresa May was Cameron’s faithful companion.
From 2003 to 2005, she held the position of shadow minister of transport affairs, food supply and ecology, from 2005 – shadow minister of culture and served as leader of the House of Commons. In 2009, another appointment followed – the Minister of Labor and Social Security. POLITICAL CONVICTIONS OF TERESA MEI
As a member of the House of Commons, Teresa May voted: – for the invasion of British troops in Iraq; – against the integration of Britain with the EU; – against smoking bans in crowded places; – against the ratification of laws on combating climate problems; – against giving gay couples the right to adopt children, but for legalizing their marriages; – always strongly opposed the flow of immigrants. After the conservatives won the 2010 parliamentary elections, Teresa headed the Ministry of the Interior, retaining the position of Minister for Equal Rights for Women. True, initially a woman politician was counting on the post of Minister of Labor, since she was supervising such matters in the shadow government. However, this portfolio went to Ian Duncan Smith. According to British publications, being in the position of Interior Minister, May successfully coped with the elimination of riots in the streets. Teresa May as Minister of the Interior.
TEREZA MEI – PRIME MINISTER. Brexit
In 2016, a nationwide referendum was held in the UK, the results of which determined whether the country would remain within the European Union. At that time, Teresa supported the current Prime Minister Cameron, and opposed the so-called “Brexit”. Later her opinion changed. Euroskeptics won the referendum, and David Cameron submitted his resignation, after which Theresa May announced her candidacy for the post of head of the Conservatives and, consequently, for the post of Prime Minister of Britain. Teresa May and Elizabeth II On July 5, 2016, the first round of the election of the leader of the Conservative Party took place, in which the woman was among the favorites, receiving 165 votes. On July 7 of the same year, the final race took place, during which May gained 199 votes. Another woman, Andrea Leds, who heads the post of deputy minister for energy, claimed the post, however, she received only 84 votes. Thus, May became a clear contender for the post of Prime Minister of Great Britain. On July 11, 2016, her rival withdrew her candidacy. Teresa May was declared the Conservative leader. July 13, David Cameron gave her the authority of the Prime Minister of Great Britain. In her first speech at the post, Theresa May said: “Brexit means Brexit”, thereby agreeing with the will of the people expressed at the referendum. Theresa May’s first speech as British Prime Minister.
PERSONAL LIFE OF TERESA MEY
The woman married in 1980. Her husband – Philip John May, employee of the trust company Capital Group Companies. The couple have no children. Teresa May and her husband Read: 4 wonderful things that would not be without Vladimir Zelensky In 2012, Teresa May found diabetes. Since then, the woman has been taking a daily course of insulin injections. Theresa May has diabetes.