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Theresa May Contact Address, Phone Number, Email ID, Official Website

Early Life

The only child of Hubert Brasier and Zaidee Mary, Theresa May took birth in the year 1956 on October 1. She is 1.72 in height and is of 60 years. Her father was a clergyman of Church of England and later was vicar of Enstone and at last was of St Mary’s which is at Wheatley. Her husband is Philip John May. She was educated in the state sector her primarily but after the short period, she was moved to Catholic School. At the age of 13, she was awarded at the former Holton Park Girls’ Grammar School. She did her graduation from St Hugh’s College where she had her BA degree in second division in Geography in the year 1977. She finally had her education completely form the University of Oxford.

Career

During her Early Career, she worked initially at the Bank of England from 1977 to 1983 and later at the Association for Payment Clearing Services as a senior advisor in International Affairs and as a financial consultant. Till 1994, she experienced working at the London Borough of Merton as a councilor.

During her Early Political Career, She entered Parliament. She initially was the member of William Hague’s front bench. Her opposition team was Shadow Spokesman for Schools, Women and Disabled People. She was the first female to be appointed as the Chairman of the Conservative Party in the year 2002 in July. She then was lined up with the Shadow Secretary of State for the Family, Secretary of State for culture, Media and Sport and lastly was made Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. In the year 2010, she was again elected as MP for the Maidenhead with over 60 percent of the voting increased.

Theresa May Contact Details
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Theresa May Contact Address: Rt Hon Theresa May MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA.

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Theresa May Phone Number: 020 7219 5206

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Theresa May Email ID: mayt@parliament.uk

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  • Margaret Spaven January 30, 2017, 10:53 pm

    I have been a nurse since 1977 I have raised my daughter following divorce
    saved hard and paid for a mortgage to ensure security for my daughter.Now I am unable to work as a nurse as I need a hip replacement and also a second
    I am been given £43 ESA as I have a small NHS pension of £128 per month
    the savings I had are nearly all gone if I needed a new roof or any major repairs I could not do them I can,t claim my pension until July 2018 yet I have worked over 42 yrs how can anyone see this as fair when we constantly give out aid to all they do not have to prove anything and yet I do Please start to put the people of this country first.

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  • Dennise January 31, 2017, 1:35 am

    Please evoke Article 50.
    Get UK Brexit out of the corrupt EU .
    You are wasting time
    We voted to.leave the single market and control immigration .
    Thankour .

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  • Mrs gulnaz Arbi February 3, 2017, 5:20 pm

    My name is gulnaz Arbi I use leave in London for 30 year in use leave at 24 newcomen road E113PU in council house I gave house back to council because I have son with disabilities we used have problems with Gaga with anatural social beviours I moved to Leicester September 28 215 I have moved to private house now my landlord want me to leave by end April on 30 217 now Leicester city council are saying because I have not been two years in Leicester they want help I told them ref me back to London I have my husband is ill 62 year old my son with disabilities is 30 I am going to be homeless by 30 April I need your help please I leave at 66 kestrel lane LE5 1BH I don’t have no one to go in am getting I’ll because of all this is need to come back to London because my husband is ill my son with disabilities I my daughters are leaving in London in leytonstone they said we can help we dad brother Leicester city council are not ref me back to London not helping me with any thing they said you need to do by your self I call London brough Waltham forest they saying we need ref from Leicester city council please help me I am mother of son with disabilities I am getting old and homeless way will i go with my son with disabilities

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  • Ian Smith Ikowari March 21, 2017, 12:31 pm

    Dear Madam.
    Is it right to fund a country which is never recognized by any international laws and conventions.
    Such as the two colonial Territories, of Germany and the British colony of Papua. With the absence of referendum the British colony remains as possession of the Crown. If so, British financing the irrelevant country is most likely to be assisting a dictator. Madam, human rights abuse in Papua New guinea is very high simply because it is legally not a sovereign nation.
    Yours sincerely.
    Ian Smith Ikowari.
    Phone:(675 ) 70789654.

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  • Adnane moualek April 26, 2017, 1:12 pm

    Dear may
    You doing great job I’m your support I was waiting waiting for you 17 years to get back UK land for all UK be strang I was working and speaking with friend in gym at work every where that 17 years to back control to UK thanks God , I know very well ue not eu they are very weak if you see how many country collapse must of them scaring of change of tax and business one think please put just English people worker a mean bosses and management in bank jobcentre, court, TV, consil , immigration university college because I’m from Algeria original if you hear Hart of eu you don’t believe it I will tell you true the ue Amean eu they Don’t Like English people that way the go for Scotland to problem for you oven inside Westminster they hand of ue you have to clear and brush them to dustbin Boris do and job I’m not getting that for money or any because I’m just good friend of UK, tell the if you like ue go live there don’t stay here we not need your economic weak I know UK Is one country people wish come here make business with Algeria and Africa for the future special with agricultural thanks for reading my text you are strong keep it God bless you

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  • Mrs Carol Gordon May 15, 2017, 11:15 pm

    I have always been a labour voter and with my disappointment in the leader I am seriously thinking about voting conservative. One thing that puts doubt in my mind in your indecision to make any promise on increases in state pensions. This year we received £3 25 per week, which by the time, gas prices increase, together with water , electricity and food that increase has now disappeared . You need to let us pensioner know your plans and not skirt around the issue. Kind regards. Carol Gordon

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  • John Wainwright May 16, 2017, 12:21 am

    Dear Prime Minister,
    As a former Conservative I was disturbed to read of your support for the repeal of the Hunting Act and wonder how you reconcile this with your professed Christian Faith! The compassionate concern for animals is championed in both the Old and New Testaments and did not Christ Himself say that not a sparrow falls to the ground without God being concerned? Recently when visiting a Donkey Sanctuary I was impressed by some words quoted from St Francis of Assisi: ‘if you will have men who will exclude any of God’s creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will do likewise with their fellow men.’ Quite apart from this polls repeatedly show a majority of the electorate in both rural and urban areas disagree with you as well as the RSPCA. I appreciate that on some occasions persistent predators may need to be controlled to protect domestic livestock (my late father was a farmer) or endangered species but to do that as a sport is clearly immoral.

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  • Barbara Nicol May 17, 2017, 4:57 pm

    I shall be voting for Teresa May on June 8th 2017 but I shall need assurances
    on immigration control and Foreign Aid spending.
    I am not against taking in foreigners but feel we should be more selective. Why do we allow rapists, murderers and other types of criminals in. When so many
    of our own are homeless and living in poverty. Our own needs must come first. Our health and education services are collapsing under the strain and it is us that are feeling the brunt of it.
    I am not against foreign aid but the system needs overhauling. We should help poorer countries with food, water, health and education not give money to support pop groups and football teams and line the pockets of crooked leaders. Every request for aid should be investigated and given to
    legitimate causes. I suggest scrapping it and starting again. Maybe then we would have money to support our own who are in need. Put your own country first Mrs May!

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  • Lauretta Watson May 19, 2017, 1:12 pm

    Dear Mrs May, I am gravely concerned after reading your manifesto to do away with free school meals. I live and work in a deprived area, where the school meals is therir only one of the day. Also have accounted for many people who will lose their jobs and also have to claim benefits? Please reconsider
    Kind Regards
    L Watson

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  • David Robinson June 3, 2017, 6:24 pm

    Who Is Standing At Parliament

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  • Caron June 10, 2017, 1:52 am

    Dear Prime Minister, I am very sorry to see how the voting went today (09.06.17), as I thought you would win hands-down and, although it wasn’t the majority you were looking for, it was still a Majority. Please don’t be disheartened and look forward to the challenge ahead and, more importantly, keep strong. I have not always been a supporter of Conservative; however, I have been very impressed with how hard you have worked for the UK since Brexit and both my husband and I have been extremely impressed and feel that most people are not aware of all the hard work and commitment you have put into trying to do the best for Britain, and I commend you for all your efforts – also, I know that I am not alone in my thoughts. As mentioned, keep strong; you have much support behind you and we wish you good luck in all you do. We now look forward to being under your leadership over the next four years. With very best wishes.

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  • Anon June 12, 2017, 4:06 am

    Please do not go in to party with them DUP people of irland v bad for our county mrs May please, i think we need new leader borris to take us forward u are not the correct lady for this as demonstrated in election i would vote the party all time apart i do not really get vote having have speaker as our mp, but ur back track all the way through this election was bad it cost u ur majoity. Expec from medical profestion

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  • Md Intisar Hossain July 26, 2017, 2:40 pm

    Dear Theresa May Prime Minister,
    Hi, Please my request you kindly this letter hand over her majesty the queen.
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    Dated July 26, 2017

    Her majesty the queen,
    Hi, my name is Md. Intisar Hossain Sadman. I want to become a cricket player. It is my dream to become a cricket player. I read in class Six, my school name is Marie Curie School as a English Medium School, location is Dhanmondi Residence Area, Dhaka, Bangladesh. I want to came to your country (United Kingdom) and go to England to visit lord’s the home of cricket and play and learn about cricket. I want to know about the stars of cricket and I want to play for the International cricket Team. I want to write my name in the “Wall of Fame”. I want to study there. If you give forever and it will be a pleasure for me. You won’t feel regretted or bad by giving this permission. I am waiting your reply.
    Thanking you

    Md. Intisar Hossain
    Class- Six
    School- Marie Curie School
    House – 34, Road- 03, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.
    Telephone (School): 880-9612158
    Mobile (School) : 8801711644181,01711239523
    House : 880-1712009673

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