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Theresa Quotes

We’ve collected the best Theresa Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Liz Truss, Anthony Fauci, Deeyah Khan, Anna Soubry, James Cleverly. Use them as an inspiration.

When you think in terms of public service, I heard so much about what Mother Theresa had done in her life. And I was fortunate enough to get a chance to meet her and talk to her a lot about what motivates her and what drives her. And that, to me, is a person that really is an extraordinary role model.
Like Theresa May, I regularly find myself infuriated by the rantings of Anjem Choudary and other hate preachers.
If Theresa May is big enough to admit her mistakes and put a kinder Conservatism into the heart of her government, she may survive, reunite our broken country, and deliver a considerably better Brexit deal.
A failure to listen to the party’s grassroots was a charge regularly levelled at Theresa May – particularly over Brexit.
If Theresa May is a white woman who is very well-educated and very wealthy, she’s more likely to act in the interests of, say, a very wealthy white man than she is a working class poor black or immigrant woman.
In my estimation, there are four kinds of people that live on this earth: average, good, great, and phenomenal. Phenomenal is like Mother Theresa. She’s dead, but we still talk about her on a regular basis. That’s phenomenal.
Eric D. Thomas
If you look at the approach Theresa May has taken to Brexit so far, she has the instincts of a Brexiteer but the cautious pragmatism of a remainer, which is where I think the British people are. She brings incredible resilience, and we have to allow her to get on and negotiate this deal.
I’ve met Theresa May, and I think she’s a good person. I’m not someone who goes, ‘Ooooh, boooo, the Tories,’ or ‘Ooooh, booanyone, actually. You sit down and have a sensible conversation, and she is really, really capable of having a sensible conversation.
And then I have two children by Theresa, one boy 10 and one girl 13.
Will there be a political backlash against British Prime Minister Theresa May, whose ruling Conservative Party is traditionally seen as ‘stronger‘ on terrorism than its main rival, the Labour Party?
Ever since Theresa May’s premiership, I have become suspicious of the ‘lectern moment‘. That is when the prime minister steps outside Downing Street to address the nation on Brexit.
Ultimately, if BEIS fails in the historic tasks Theresa May has given it, we will all pay a heavy price.
Oh yeah, I believe in God. I think there’s much more evidence that there is a God than that there isn’t. I don’t believe that Mother Theresa and Hitler go to the same place.
If I see a baby, I don’t feel anything. It’s like Theresa May walking past a homeless person.
When Theresa May asked me to resolve policy disagreements between ministers, my power to do that depended on the fact that I was acting on her behalf with her delegated authority.
Just as Donald Trump is abrogating America‘s responsibility to lead the fight against climate change, Theresa May is evading Britain‘s role.
Evil has no limits. If you are a good person, everybody expects you to be good. If you are very good then you become Albert Schweitzer or Mother Theresa. Then you’re very good because you are helping people. But evil has no limits.
I think that the European Union negotiators have gotten a shock. They were shocked when they realised the Brexit trade negotiations were not just going to be a continuation of those that happened under Theresa May.
Theresa May and her advisers should understand that to rebuild faith in the competence and integrity of our government, transparency is vital. It shines light on the good as well as the bad. And it leads to better-informed decisions, therefore better outcomes.
Theresa May has much to answer for, but it is not her fault that she couldn’t square the circle of the Brexiteers’ lies: nobody could.
Speaking to people in all parts of the country, it has become clear to me that there is a definite appetite for the option to reject Theresa May’s Brexit and hold a referendum.
My pitch is very simple. My name is Theresa May, and I think I’m the best person to be Prime Minister of this country.
I think I would love to have dinner with Gandhi; Jesus Christ; Mother Theresa; Ingrid Newkirk, the president of PETA; and Madonna.
Theresa May, a Remainer, assumed that all of the Brexit voters are racist, thinks we will use this to kick British citizens out of the country; it is despicable.