Theresa Mary May is a British politician serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2016. She served as Home Secretary from 2010 to 2016. May was first elected Member of Parliament for Maidenhead in 1997.
A story in the Saturday Papers - the consequences of the US to assassinate Iran's top military command dominated commander - in-chief.
a senior UK security source, The Paper says That the UK was not told by Washington about The Attack , despite the fact That hundreds of British troops to training Iraqi forces - are "virtually surrounded by heavily armed and dangerous militias, the one you hate".
to the surprise Under the heading of "allies, our enemies, not each other", the Express says That , if "the fabled US-UK special relationship and everything, it should also have The Right to be consulted, and warned".
The Sun General Soleimani is calling a "brutal terrorist-in-chief" who was responsible for thousands of deaths.
The Paper says his fighters trained in unconventional warfare against the British forces in Iraq, often with roadside bombs.Miliband 'decision-making'
But it says.
Mr Miliband has yet to comment.
The Labour MP, Lisa Nandy - who has entered the competition, to successfully Jeremy Corbyn - speaking at the "Guardian" That The Party will get the next leader ready to, to the places where The Party is "hated" and" the anger on the chin".
Another new competitor in the leadership race, Jess Phillips , say That The Party needs a leader who understands why it lost the elections, but as someone who believes in the Lord Corbyn's claim That he had won the argument.Everton bid
The "Financial Times", he says, consider the investment in the Everton football club, a year After he has left, in an attempt to be in control of his Arsenal.
Sir Robbie Gibb, who is Theresa May , director of communications, was called, on the BBC, in his words,
Sir Robbie says, had Today with the title "endless outside of the programs at the universities, which is full of left -, virtue-reporting-students. "