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What I saw when I went to France was that really good quality education and childcare is seen there as a completely normal part of everyday life.
I was Margaret Thatcher in the school election during the 1983 General Election.
I’d love the job of Chancellor one day.
With Anglo-American capitalism increasingly under attack, those who believe in the power of free markets and enterprise to create wealth and social progress must stand up and be counted and champion our way of life.
As Chief Secretary to the Treasury, my first responsibility is to the taxpayer.
Women need to be less squeamish about making money.
I’m proud to say like many of my colleagues in the Conservative Party I am fully behind Theresa May’s Brexit plans.
When I started my ministerial job I brought my daughters into the Department, due to last-minute childcare complications. We had meetings throughout the day and the girls had to play outside the office while mummy went to ‘boring‘ meetings.
I think we’ve got caught up in the weeds of Brexit, and… the approach has been to try and compromise and split the difference. And that to me is not what Brexit is about.
I hate rodents. I mean, the House of Commons is completely infested. I will stand on a chair if I see one of the things.
Parliament should start earlier in the day and finish earlier. Otherwise I love it.
I was interested in the ideas – freedom, free speech and having control of my own life. That’s why I became a Tory.
If we just had an election which is a kind of desiccated calculation, obviously I think the Conservatives have the best economic plans, but it is about more than that. It is about the overall person.
All of us in Parliament now have a responsibility to get on with the process of leaving the EU and securing a more prosperous future for Britain as an open, global, trading nation.
I have been the only female minister in every government department I’ve worked in.
Economics and finance is the final frontier for women; it’s the last thing they will conquer because controlling finance is at the heart of everything in government.
What you notice in French nurseries is just how calm they are. All of their classes are structured and led by teachers. It’s a requirement.
I think every woman in this country will understand what it means to be mansplained to. It happens in everyday life – you know, if you go into a shop, or you’re talking about finance.
A UK-Australia trade deal won‘t just be a good thing, it’ll be a great thing, for our businesses, for our consumers, for our workers and for our two great countries.
Choice is a national instinct. This capitalist bedrock of our prosperity and security is threatened by a Labour Party that wants to overthrow the whole system.
Britain is the ideas factory of the world and has huge potential to benefit from the next technological revolution. Our future lies in being a high skilled, high innovation, free enterprise nation.
We want a fully comprehensive trade deal that reflects our deep, ongoing relationship, the friendship between our two countries, the fact that Australians want to come and live and work in Britain, and Brits want to come and live and work in Australia.
When I left university I got a job with Shell on their graduate scheme. One of my roles was as a commercial manager for liquid natural gas shipping, project economics and contract negotiation.
The free market is fundamentally humane and democratic, driven by ideas and millions of individual choices about what to do with our money which defy those who benefit from the status quo.
If I do feel scared I deliberately challenge myself not to feel scared.
I think there’s a danger in politics of being too risk-averse.
The biggest opportunities from Brexit will come from more trade with the rest of the world.
Maintaining confidence in international trade will be critical to the broader economic recovery in the post-Covid world.
In order to retain our position as the dynamic duo of the world, it’s vital that in the UK and US we keep opportunities open for new people and new ideas. And we can never allow our economies to get furred up.