Theresa May MP

Home Secretary and Member of Parliament for Maidenhead

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It has been a privilege to serve the people of Maidenhead since 1997 as your Member of Parliament. I shall be posting all of the latest news on local issues and campaigns here frequently, so please stop by whenever possible to keep up to date. I always enjoy hearing from constituents on both local and national issues, so please get in touch with your comments, or if you feel I can be of any assistance to you.

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Over 50,000 people in Maidenhead to benefit from income tax cuts

Theresa May has welcomed further income tax cuts for people in Maidenhead. In the Summer Budget, the Chancellor set out the next steps in his plan to support working people by ensuring they keep more of the money they earn. The personal tax-free allowance will increase by £400 to £11,000, so that next year a typical rate income taxpayer will be £905 better off compared with 2010. Meanwhile, the threshold for the higher rate of tax will increase to £43,000, saving the typical higher rate taxpayer £142 and lifting 130,000 people out of the rate altogether. Read More

Brave girl's fundraiser to help build Berkshire's children's hospice

Theresa May is encouraging local residents to support a fundraising campaign set up by 13 year old Holly George. Holly is a courageous teenager who is looked after by the Alexander’s Care Team from Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service. She has started a campaign asking people to donate £1 for a virtual hug – 1 Million Hugs For Holly. The aim is to help raise £1 million to build Berkshire’s first children’s hospice.Read More

Theresa presses BT officials on superfast broadband

Theresa May has met senior officials at BT to discuss the progression of superfast broadband in the Maidenhead constituency and throughout Berkshire. Theresa pressed BT for an update on the deployment of superfast broadband and the first phase of the Superfast Berkshire project, following concerns from local people.Read More

Theresa pays tribute to Sir Nicholas Winton

Theresa May has paid tribute to Maidenhead resident Sir Nicholas Winton, who has died at the age of 106. Sir Nicholas was dubbed the “British Schindler” for his work rescuing hundreds of Jewish children, destined for concentration camps, out of Czechoslovakia in 1939. Theresa said: “Sir Nicholas Winton was a hero of the 20th century.” Read More

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Election debate at The Piggott School in Wargrave Election debate at The Piggott School in Wargrave

Meeting stall holders at Maidenhead Farmers' Market Meeting stall holders at Maidenhead Farmers' Market

Campaigning in Maidenhead with local supporters Campaigning in Maidenhead with local supporters

BBC Radio Berkshire's election debate in Maidenhead town centre BBC Radio Berkshire's election debate in Maidenhead town centre

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