Tag Archives: Theresa May

PM marks centenary of women’s suffrage

The Prime Minister Theresa May today (6th February 2018) marked the centenary of women’s suffrage with a speech that celebrated the heroism of the suffrage movement which transformed British democracy, and “the enormous strides we have taken as a society” over the past hundred years. She warned that ‘intimidation and aggression’ on social media is coarsening public debate,… Read More »

PM launches Race Disparity Audit results

The Prime Minister will challenge society to “explain or change” disparities in how people from different backgrounds are treated, as the government publishes the findings of a ground breaking audit of public services. Launching the new ‘Ethnicity Facts and Figures’ website today (Tuesday 10th October 2017), Theresa May hosted a discussion round the Cabinet Table involving key stakeholders… Read More »

Prime Minister orders government race audit

Prime Minister Theresa May today (30th August 2016) ordered a government audit of public services to reveal racial disparities many people experience across Britain. The Prime Minister has ordered Whitehall departments to identify and publish information showing how outcomes differ for people of different backgrounds, in a range of areas including health, education and employment. Not only will… Read More »

Prime Minister Theresa May’s new Cabinet

Following Theresa May’s appointment as Prime Minister, the Queen has been pleased to approve the following ministerial appointments (see below). Theresa May’s new cabinet features more women than ever before with Amber Rudd becoming Home Secretary; Liz Truss the first female Lord Chancellor and Secretary for Justice; state school educated Justine Greening as Secretary of State for Education… Read More »