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  • Heartbreaking to hear of the death of Sir David Amess. A decent man and respected Parliamentarian, killed in his ow… https://t.co/0FRiZ8fZfj
  • Truly saddened by the death of James Brokenshire. He was an outstanding public servant, a talented minister and a l… https://t.co/Rv7JtvRf1L
  • I congratulate all involved for identifying this individual and developing the evidence. Yet further confirmation t… https://t.co/2rVJzx804j
  • “What must be of key concern to us is the message this sends around the world to those who would do the West harm”… https://t.co/PrQRh22PWr
  • Many congratulations to Maidenhead’s @tomdean00 on his #Tokyo2020 gold medal win. Tom has done his community and country very proud #TeamGB
Supporting Sewa Day

On 26 May, Theresa joined the volunteer group Sewa Day at the Sunrise Care Home to help young volunteers deliver care appreciation parcels to residents. Sewa Day is a series of international days of volunteering where individuals of all backgro...

VE Day 75

We are fortunate to live in a democracy and enjoy the benefits of free speech. Yet it could all have been so different had it not been for the courage, valour and resilience of the British people and our allies, including those from the Commonweal...

Safeguarding during the COVID-19 Lockdown

Video from Berkshire West Clinical Commissioning Group regarding safeguarding during the lockdown. As COVID-19 has required people to stay at home, it has set an environment where domestic abuse, child abuse and neglect of children and vulnerab...

Theresa May backs Royal Crown Derby's campaign in aid of NHS Charities Together

On 9th April Royal Crown Derby launched it’s ‘make a mug, make a difference’ competition which gives children the opportunity to design a mug that celebrates the NHS. The winning mugs will be made by Royal Crown Derby with 100% of sale profits don...

Theresa May welcomes COVID-19 vaccine trials in the Thames Valley

Theresa May MP praises the work of University of Oxford researchers who are part of an unprecedented vaccine development effort to prevent COVID-19 and welcomes the move to screen healthy volunteers for their upcoming vaccine trial in the Thames V...

Theresa visits Maidenhead Advertiser
Statement from Theresa May on the COVID-19 outbreak

The coronavirus outbreak is the biggest public health emergency in a generation, and we all need to play our part. The Government advice is clear, the single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home. Th...

Theresa May opens new weir as part of the Maidenhead Waterways project

On Saturday 14th March, Theresa attended the opening ceremony for the completion of the Green Lane weir. Completion of the weir lifts water levels throughout the town centre, filling the already enlarged upstream channels, with the new fish and ee...

Theresa May holds Westminster Hall debate on GWR services

On Wednesday 5th February, Theresa held a Westminster Hall debate in Parliament to highlight the issues Maidenhead constituents have faced since the introduction of the new train timetable in December. She also raised long standing problems includ...

Theresa May signs the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment

On Tuesday 21st January, Theresa May signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, and in doing so pledged her commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute...

Theresa May re-elected as MP for Maidenhead

In the early hours of Friday 13th December it was announced that Theresa May had been re-elected as the Memeber of Parliament for Maidenhead .  Theresa May received 32,620 votes and won the seat with a 18,896 majority.  Theresa commented:  ...