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Theresa May Voted Internet Villain of the Year
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Theresa May Voted Internet Villain of the Year

Theresa May, the U.K.'s Home Secretary, has been handed the title of the Web's No. 1 villain. She was picked by a lobbying group representing Google Inc., Microsoft Corp., AOL Inc. and Internet-service providers in Britain. At its yearly awards ... Bloomberg, 13 hours ago

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Combating terrorism : France and GB to increase assistance provided to Tunisia

:33 Hits: 0 TUNIS (TAP)- French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve and British Home Secretary Theresa May decided, Thursday, to increase assistance provided to Tunisia in the fight against terrorism. According to a statement published by the ...
 Tunis Afrique Presse News Agency22 hours ago Combating Terrorism - France and GB to Increase Assistance Provided to Tunisia  AllAfrica.com13 hours ago
Irish Independent

Calais migrant crisis: UK Home Secretary to meet Bernard Cazeneuve as ferry workers continue...

Home Secretary Theresa May is due to hold talks in Paris amid the deepening crisis of migrants camped in Calais looking to cross the Channel to Britain. Ms May will meet her French counterpart Bernard Cazeneuve as cross-Channel chaos sparked by ...
 Irish Independent1 day ago Theresa May in Paris for crisis Calais talks  Demanjo1 day ago Theresa May to hold crisis talks on ferry strikes with French counterpart  ACQ Magazine1 day ago British Red Cross Launches Expanded Service to Help People Remain Safe and Independent at Home After a Crisis  AboutMyArea2 days ago
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Saudi Gazette

​Counter-terror law forces prisons, councils, universities to tackle radicalization

13:26 Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May (Reuters / Neil Hall) Following the brutal killing of up to 30 British tourists in Tunisia last Friday, broad-ranging powers came into force to stop extremist radicalization within British ...
 Russia Today3 days ago Tunisia vows emergency tourism measures  Saudi Gazette3 days ago Tunisia victims' bodies arrive in Britain  Reuters India16 hours ago Ministers gather in Sousse to remember victims  Irish Times3 days ago
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BBC

Theresa May: United with Tunisia

Home Secretary Theresa May has visited the scene of the Tunisia attack, where at least 30 Britons are feared to have been killed. Mrs May laid flowers and observed a period of silence in the Sousse resort. Speaking at a news conference in ...
 BBC4 days ago Theresa May arrives at Tunisian hotel  ITV.com4 days ago VIDEO: Theresa May: United with Tunisia  Fnews.com4 days ago Theresa May on Tunisia attacks aftermath  BBC5 days ago
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Huffington Post UK

Theresa May Says Calais Migrants Have Been Halted

Home Secretary Theresa May has claimed a "significant number" of would-be migrants have been stopped from entering the UK via Calais in the last two days as David Cameron said the border chaos was "totally unacceptable". The Prime Minister also ...
 Huffington Post UK1 week ago Theresa May Says 'Significant Number' Of Calais Migrants Halted As Tory MP Says UK Is No 'Eldorado'  Huffington Post UK1 week ago Theresa May says Calais border security 'maintained'  ITV.com1 week ago UK authorities were 'well prepared' for Calais problems - Theresa May  PoliticsHome1 week ago
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Theresa Corda (78), Kalathur, Shirva

from Wilson DSouza Theresa Corda (78), wife of the late Salwoder Corda, mother of Micheal / Nancy Corda, Helen / the late Mawris Mascarenhas, Voilet Corda / Paul DSouza, grandmother of Melroy, Melrita, Jevita Corda, Melwin, Royan Mascarenhas, ...
 Daijiworldcom3 days ago
International Business Times UK

Tunisia beach attack: Theresa May lays flowers where up to 30 Britons were massacred by Isis extremist

Home secretary Theresa May has laid flowers on the beach in Tunisia where up to 30 Britons are thought to have been gunned down by Isis-inspired extremist Seifeddine Rezgui. May and foreign office minister Tobias Ellwood visited the Sousse beach ...
 International Business Times UK4 days ago Tunisia attack: Theresa May lays flowers at site of massacre - video  ACQ Magazine4 days ago
Huffington Post UK

May: Tunisian beach attack was 'despicable act of cruelty'

Home Secretary Theresa May has described last Friday's terror attack on a Tunisian beach as a "despicable act of cruelty". Speaking in Tunisia after paying her respects to the victims of the shooting in Sousse she said: "How could a place of such ...
 ITV.com4 days ago Tunisia Attack A 'Despicable Act Of Cruelty,' Says Theresa May  MSN UK4 days ago Tunisia Terror Attack A 'Despicable Act Of Cruelty' Says Theresa May  Huffington Post UK4 days ago
Huffington Post UK

Theresa May Heads To Tunisia To Plan Fight Against Extremism

Theresa May will travel to Tunisia today in the wake of the terrorist beach massacre that killed up to 30 Britons for talks on the threat of extremism. David Cameron announced, the Home Secretary would make the trip as he said that Britain must ...
 Huffington Post UK4 days ago
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