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Theresa May
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Member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom Translate


Member of the 52nd Parliament of the United Kingdom Translate

iNkhwekhweti 1, 1997 - iNkhwekhweti 14, 2001
Electoral district: Maidenhead Translate
Elected in: 1997 United Kingdom general election Translate
Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities Translate

iNhlaba 15, 1999 - iNyoni 14, 2001
Shadow Secretary of State for Education Translate

iNhlaba 15, 1999 - iNyoni 18, 2001
Shadow Secretary of State for Employment Translate

iNhlaba 15, 1999 - iNyoni 18, 2001
Member of the 53rd Parliament of the United Kingdom Translate

iNhlaba 7, 2001 - Mabasa 11, 2005
Electoral district: Maidenhead Translate
Elected in: 2001 United Kingdom general election Translate
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport Translate

iNyoni 18, 2001 - iNhlaba 6, 2002
Archie Norman Translate - Eric Pickles Translate
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport Translate

iNhlaba 6, 2002 - Kholwane 23, 2002 - Tim Collins Translate
Chairman of the Conservative Party Translate

Kholwane 23, 2002 - Lweti 6, 2003
David Davis Translate - Liam Fox Translate
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Translate

Lweti 6, 2003 - iNhlaba 14, 2004
Tim Collins Translate - Tim Yeo Translate
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Translate

Lweti 6, 2003 - iNhlaba 14, 2004
David Lidington Translate - Tim Yeo Translate
Shadow Secretary of State for the Family Translate

iNhlaba 15, 2004 - iNgongoni 8, 2005
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Member of the 54th Parliament of the United Kingdom Translate

iNkhwekhweti 5, 2005 - Mabasa 12, 2010
Electoral district: Maidenhead Translate
Elected in: 2005 United Kingdom general election Translate
Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Translate

iNkhwekhweti 6, 2005 - iNgongoni 8, 2005
John Whittingdale Translate - Hugo Swire Translate
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons Translate

iNgongoni 6, 2005 - Bhimbidvwane 19, 2009
Chris Grayling Translate - Alan Duncan Translate
Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities Translate

Kholwane 2, 2007 - iNkhwekhweti 11, 2010
Eleanor Laing Translate - Yvette Cooper Translate
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Translate

Bhimbidvwane 19, 2009 - iNkhwekhweti 11, 2010
Chris Grayling Translate - Yvette Cooper Translate
Member of the 55th Parliament of the United Kingdom Translate

iNkhwekhweti 6, 2010 - iNdlovu 30, 2015
Electoral district: Maidenhead Translate
Elected in: 2010 United Kingdom general election Translate
Minister for Women and Equalities Translate

iNkhwekhweti 11, 2010 - iNyoni 4, 2012
Harriet Harman Translate - Maria Miller Translate
Secretary of State for the Home Department Translate

iNkhwekhweti 12, 2010 - Kholwane 13, 2016
Alan Johnson Translate - Amber Rudd Translate
Member of the 56th Parliament of the United Kingdom Translate

iNkhwekhweti 8, 2015 - iNkhwekhweti 3, 2017
Electoral district: Maidenhead Translate
Elected in: 2015 United Kingdom general election Translate
Leader of the Conservative Party Translate

Kholwane 11, 2016 - iNhlaba 7, 2019
David Cameron Translate - Boris Johnson Translate
76. Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Translate

Kholwane 13, 2016 - Kholwane 23, 2019
David Cameron Translate - Boris Johnson Translate
First Lord of the Treasury Translate

Kholwane 13, 2016 -
David Cameron Translate
Minister for the Civil Service Translate

Kholwane 13, 2016 -
David Cameron Translate
Member of the 57th Parliament of the United Kingdom Translate

iNhlaba 8, 2017 -
Electoral district: Maidenhead Translate
Elected in: 2017 United Kingdom general election Translate
Theresa Mary Brasier
Kutalwa Eastbourne Translate, iMphala 1, 1956 (run 62)
United Kingdom
Inhlalo Sonning Translate
Oxfordshire Translate
10 Downing Street Translate
Lulwimi British English Translate
Hubert Brasier
Mother Zaidee Mary Brasier
Philip May Translate  (iNyoni 6, 1980 -
Imfundvo
Educated at Wheatley Park School Translate
St Hugh's College Translate 1977) Bachelor of Arts Translate : Temhlaba
Languages spoken, written or signed British English Translate
Luoi
Luoi sopolitiki and statesperson Translate
Height 68 in
Work location London Translate
Employer Bank of England Translate  (1977 -  1983)
Association for Clearing Payment Services Translate  (1985 -  1995)
Belief
Religion Anglicanism Translate
Member of political party Conservative Party Translate
IMDb nm1776158
www.tmay.co.uk
Signature of Theresa May.svg

Theresa May (watalwa 1 Impala 1956) nguNdvunankulu wase-United Kingdom neMholi we-Conservative Party kusukela ngo-2016. Uphindze waba ngoNobhala wase Brithani kusukela ngo-2010 kuya ku-2016. Mey wakhetfwa kucala njengelilungu lePhalamende (MP) leMaidenhead ngemnyaka wa-1997. [1]

Kungena Kute Politiki[hlela | edit source]

May ukhulele e-Oxfordshire waya eSt Hugh's College, e-Oxford. Kusukela nga-1977 kuze kube ngo-1983, wasebenta ebhange laseNgilandi, kusukela ngo-1985 kuze ku-1997. Kutse ngemuva kwesikhashana wasebenta njengelilungu lelikhansela laseDurnsford eMerton. Ngemuva kwemitamo wakhetfwa njengelilungu lePhalamende laMaidenhead ngo-1997 ekhetfweni jikelele. Kusukela ngo-1999 kuya ku-2010, May bekadlala tindzima letiningana kwi-Shadow Cabinets yaWilliam Hague, i-Iain Duncan Smith, Michael Howard naDavid Cameroon.[2][3]

Emareferensi[hlela | edit source]

  1. Ball, James (17 July 2016). "This Is What It's Like To Work In Government For Theresa May". BuzzFeed News. Archived from the original on 6 September 2017. Retrieved 6 June 2017. 
  2. Quinn, Ben (30 June 2016). "Theresa May sets out ‘one-nation Conservative’ pitch for leadership". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 July 2018. 
  3. "General election 2017: Why did Theresa May call an election?". BBC News Online. 9 June 2017. Archived from the original on 5 September 2017. Retrieved 4 September 2017.