British Prime Minister Theresa May stood firm in the face of stinging domestic criticism, saying that the UK and the EU could overcome their "few but considerable" disagreements over Brexit. (Date:10/18/2018 18:28) Read full article >>

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Theresa: Teresa, Theresa, and Therese are feminine given names. The name is thought to be derived from the Greek verb therizein, meaning to harvest.
Theresa May: Theresa Mary May is a British Conservative politician who is the current Home Secretary. She was elected to the Parliament of the United Kingdom in 1997 as the Member of Parliament for Maidenhead, and served as the Chairman of the Conservative Party, 200304. Appointed to Her Majesty's Most Honourab