Theresa May

She politickeyr Goaldagh va Ard-vinishter y Reeriaght Unnaneysit as Toshiagh y Phartee Cumaadagh voish 2016 derrey 2019 ee Theresa Mary May (ny Theresa Mary, y Ven May; née Brasier; ruggit er 1 Jerrey Fouyir 1956). Ren ee obbraghey myr Screeudeyr Cooishyn Thie voish 2010 derrey 2016 ayns reiltys Cameron as she oltey yn pharlamaid (MP) ee son Maidenhead ayns Berkshire voish y vlein 1997. Rere eie-oaylleeaght, ta May cur sheese urree hene myr cumaadagh un-ashoonagh.[1]

Theresa May
Theresa May
Co-chaslys oikoil, 2016

Ard-Vinishter y Reeriaght Unnaneysit
Ayns oik
13 Jerrey Souree 2016 – 24 Jerrey Souree 2019
Roie-immeeaght: David Cameron
Eiyrtyssagh: Boris Johnson

Toshiagh y Phartee Cumaadagh
Ayns oik
11 Jerrey Souree 2016 – 23 Jerrey Souree 2019
Roie-immeeaght: David Cameron
Eiyrtyssagh: Boris Johnson

Ayns oik
12 Boaldyn 2010 – 13 Jerrey Souree 2016
Roie-immeeaght: Alan Johnson
Eiyrtyssagh: Amber Rudd

Ayns oik
12 Boaldyn 2010 – 4 Mean Fouyir 2012
Roie-immeeaght: Harriet Harman
Eiyrtyssagh: Maria Miller

Ayns oik
23 Jerrey Souree 2002 – 6 Sauin 2003
Roie-immeeaght: David Davis
Eiyrtyssagh: Liam Fox
Oayllys persoonagh
Laa ruggyree 1 Jerrey Fouyir 1956 (1956-10-01) (66 bleeaney d'eash)
Boayl ruggyree Eastbourne, Sussex, Sostyn
Partee Y Partee Cumaadagh
Sheshey Y Reejerey Philip May ​(p. 1980)
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ImraaghynEdit

  1. Quinn, Ben (30 Mean Souree 2016). "Theresa May sets out 'one-nation Conservative' pitch for leadership", The Guardian. Feddynit magh er 24 Jerrey Souree 2018.