Gender equality | Theresa May on working with men

Theresa May on working with men

Earlier this week, the Prime Minister (now former Prime Minister) Theresa May officially relinquished her leadership of the Conservative Party and, therefore, her position as Prime Minister of the UK.

After taking the leadership position from David Cameron in 2016, May became the second woman to ever take the top position as Prime Minister after fellow Conservative Margaret Thatcher in 1979 – a position she held for 11 years.

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