Twitter
  • Since insulin was discovered in 1921, millions of lives have been saved. But the number of people diagnosed with ty… https://t.co/XkZxueLMSD
  • At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them. https://t.co/HxTqqHrdo3
  • Congratulations @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. Your election marks a new chapter in the history of your country and i… https://t.co/G1NoD6ttYs
  • We will soon know who will be the next US President. But, sadly, today also marks the US leaving the Paris accord —… https://t.co/LHnBilrgK2
  • It was also an honour to pay tribute to the 80,000 British soldiers who fought for the freedom of the Korean people… https://t.co/ajXE0dZ0HY

Coronavirus

November 2020

These are exceptional times and I know many people are concerned about the impact Coronavirus will have on our economy and society over the winter period. 

The virus remains a very real threat to many vulnerable people and we all must take responsibility to take steps to slow the spread of the virus and to reduce pressure on our NHS over the winter.

On October 31st the Prime Minister delivered a statement from Downing Street regarding the implementation of fresh Coronavirus restrictions. You can find a full transcript of the Prime Minister’s address below.

https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/prime-ministers-statement-on-coronavirus-covid-19-31-october-2020

These new nationwide restrictions come into place on November 5th and, unfortunately, will mean harsher measures in an attempt to reduce our day-to-day contact with other people thereby reducing the spread of the Coronavirus. 

A full explanation of the new guidance can be found on the Government’s website by going to the corresponding link: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

During this challenging period, my office and I will continue to offer advice and raise your concerns with the Government.

The impact of the coronavirus outbreak on our everyday lives and the economy has been severe and will be felt for many years to come, however, I will continue to play my part as the Member of Parliament for Maidenhead, to advocate an approach that treads a healthy balance between respect for our economy and individual liberties and the need to act to tackle the Coronavirus.

The Rt Hon Theresa May MP

Helpful Links