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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Theresa welcomes another fall in crime

Theresa May has welcomed the news that crime has fallen again across the country and in the Maidenhead area. The latest figures from the independent Office for National Statistics show that since 2010 recorded crime in the Thames Valley police force area has fallen by 32%. This is the deepest fall in crime of any police force area in England and Wales. Read More

Theresa presses for increase in fast train services

Theresa May has called for more action to boost train services from Maidenhead and Twyford. Responding to a Network Rail consultation on the future of the Great Western line, Theresa called for an increase in fast and semi-fast services to and from London Paddington to reflect commuters’ working patterns. She also reiterated her support for semi-fast Crossrail services and Western Rail Access to Heathrow.Read More

Reporting Back

Theresa May’s latest ‘Reporting Back’ newsletter is now available to download. The newsletter contains updates on Theresa’s work in the constituency, and photos from recent events.Read More

Theresa discusses timetable changes with FGW

Theresa May has met the Managing Director of First Great Western, Mark Hopwood, to discuss proposed changes to train timetables, including those on the Henley branch line that have caused concern to Wargrave commuters. As part of the proposals, FGW have suggested that off-peak trains will stop at Wargrave less frequently than at present, although there will be improvements to evening services. Wargrave commuters reacted with alarm to the plans and felt that they had not been properly consulted.Read More

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Theresa signs the Holocaust Educational Trust's Book of Commitment Theresa signs the Holocaust Educational Trust's Book of Commitment

HM The Queen at the official opening of Holyport College in Maidenhead HM The Queen at the official opening of Holyport College in Maidenhead

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of local charity People to Places (photo: Nigel Bicknell) Celebrating the 25th anniversary of local charity People to Places (photo: Nigel Bicknell)

Opening new wards at Wexham Park Hospital Opening new wards at Wexham Park Hospital

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