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Date of birth: 1 October 1956 Job: Home secretary Education: Mainly state-educated at Wheatley Park Comprehensive School with a brief time at an independent school; St Hugh's College, Oxford Family: Married On her party's future: "(It is) nothing less than the patriotic duty of our party to unite and to govern in the best interests of the whole country. We need a bold, new positive vision for the future of our country - a country that works not for a privileged few but for every one of us." Says people want more than just a "Brexit PM" and has vowed to unify the Leave and Remain factions in the party.
Date of Birth: 13 May 1963 Job: Energy and climate change minister Education: Tonbridge Girls' Grammar School; Warwick university Family: Married with two sons and one daughter On her party's future: She says she has entered the race to be Conservative leader as she "really believes in the opportunity thrown up by the referendum" and has "a real heart" for the job, adding: "This is something I really long to do." She says delivering on the referendum is "absolutely top priority" for the next prime minister. "It's not just about leaving something, it's about re-engaging with the rest of the world," she says. She also says she has a "real desire to see the social justice in our country turned around", and, if elected, would focus on mental health, improving skills and getting young people into work.
originally posted by: Kester
Just a little thought here.
Theresa May is an expendable tool. She couldn't even stay awake while Cameron made his Chilcot statement.
What better use could they make of her than to get her into place. Then bump her off. Leaving us bereft and seeking direction.
Just a thought.