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Theresa May in the House of Commons Chamber for the 2021 Queen's Speech
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Maidenhead MP Theresa May contributes to the Queen's Speech debate.

  • 11 May 2021

On Tuesday 11th May Maidenhead MP Theresa May took part in the first debate on the Queen's Speech in Parliament. 

The Queen's Speech sets out the programme of legislation that the Government intends to pursue in the forthcoming parliamentary session.

You can find a full transcript of Theresa's contribution by going to the below web address: Debate on the Address - Tuesday 11 May 2021 - Hansard - UK Parliament

In Parliament Theresa commented on the Queen's Speech stating: "I applaud and welcome the aim of measures in the Queen’s Speech to deliver not just a national recovery from the pandemic but a recovery that makes the United Kingdom stronger, healthier and more prosperous than before—a country that truly works for everyone".