Standard Name: May, Theresa
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One year later, she was eligible to complete the citizenship process, and was granted full British citizenship in a ceremony at the council chambers of Camden Town Hall in 2013. She wryly recalls that even...
23 June 2016
By a narrow margin (about 52% to 48%) the British electorate voted for Brexit: that is, to take Britain out of the European Union .
3 November 2016
Three senior British high court judges (the Lord Chief Justice, the Master of the Rolls, and a Lord Justice of Appeal) ruled that invoking article 50 to activate Brexit, or Britain's departure from the European Community
8 June 2017
In a general election called by Britain's second-ever female Prime Minister, Theresa May , her Conservative government was returned with a significantly reduced majority, weakening instead of strengthening its hand for the imminent negotiations over...
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