May ends her blue week in the hands of MPs and Eurocrats by opening the hospice in her constituency

Theresa May completed a punitive week with an opening ceremony at the Alexander Devine Children & # 39; s Hospice in her Maidenhead constituency

Theresa Can close a punitive week for MPs and Eurocrats by opening a children's hospital in her constituency today.

The Prime Minister, who recently suggested that she would not lead the Conservative Party to an election in 2022, returned from a mission to Brussels and attended the opening ceremony of the Alexander Devine Children & # 39; s Hospice Service just outside Maidenhead.

A spokesman for the charity said the center is currently helping more than 113 families by helping children with life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses & # 39 ;.

Sir Michael Parkinson was also present at the opening, an initiator described by the charity's CEO as a highly esteemed and dedicated supporter & # 39; who has always been passionate about our work, sensitive to the needs of the children and their families & # 39 ;.

Theresa May completed a punitive week with an opening ceremony at the Alexander Devine Children & # 39; s Hospice in her Maidenhead constituency

Theresa May completed a punitive week with an opening ceremony at the Alexander Devine Children & # 39; s Hospice in her Maidenhead constituency

Sophia Bird, four years old, presents the prime minister after the ceremony flowers. Sophia was diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukemia last year and received support at home and in the new hospice of the Alexander Devine care team

Sophia Bird, four years old, presents the prime minister after the ceremony flowers. Sophia was diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukemia last year and received support at home and in the new hospice of the Alexander Devine care team

Sophia Bird, four years old, presents the prime minister after the ceremony flowers. Sophia was diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukemia last year and received support at home and in the new hospice of the Alexander Devine care team

The Alexander Devine Children & # 39; s Hospice was founded by John and Fiona Devine, from Windsor, in memory of their extraordinary little boy & # 39; who died in early 2006 from a rare brain tumor of just eight years old.

The Maidenhead advertiser reported that Ms. May, who arrived directly from Brussels, said: "Today I find a remarkable day and it reflects not only the efforts that Fiona and John have made these years, but also a dedication, dedication and commitment. determination. I have never seen in anyone else.

& # 39; For all children and families who will benefit from this, they will owe you a huge gratitude.

"Their lives will be improved, their lives will receive that comfort and that support and hope because of your determination and conviction."

During the ceremony, the Prime Minister received a bouquet of flowers from the four year old Sophia Bird.

Sophia was diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukemia last year and received support at home and in the new hospice of the Alexander Devine care team.

A charity statement said: & # 39;[Mr and Mrs Devine’s] personal experience, and subsequent extensive research, led them to realize that there was a vital need for a local childcare service and hospice.

De The charitable funds The Alexander Care Team (pediatric palliative care nurses, trained nursing staff and a game specialist) who support children aged 0-19 years with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions in their own homes across the street from Berkshire and the adjacent land areas of surrounding provinces. & # 39;

During the opening ceremony in Berkshire, at the opening ceremony of Mrs. May, Sir Michael Parkinson joined

During the opening ceremony in Berkshire, at the opening ceremony of Mrs. May, Sir Michael Parkinson joined

During the opening ceremony in Berkshire, at the opening ceremony of Mrs. May, Sir Michael Parkinson joined

It continues: "Alexander Devine relies on the generosity and support of local communities to carry out the essential work they do. All services are free. & # 39;

The prime minister attended the event after a week of bruises by MPs and Brussels negotiators.

She tore Jean-Claude Juncker, head of the European Commission today – the second day of an exciting meeting at the heart of the European Union.

Although the TV footage of the meeting was muted, the couple was caught exchanging heated words for at least a minute, with lip readers claiming that the exchange began with Mrs. May who said, "What did you call me?" You called me vague. & # 39;

Mr. Juncker did not seem to understand it and asked Mrs. May to repeat herself before she spoke the word "vaguely". slowly but surely speaking.

Body language experts said the prime minister had successfully disrupted the usual "Godfather" behavior of the EU chief and had put him in the background.

The Prime Minister - her handbag in hand - was seen as a tense confrontation with the chief of the EU Commission on the second day of the summit in Brussels

The Prime Minister - her handbag in hand - was seen as a tense confrontation with the chief of the EU Commission on the second day of the summit in Brussels

The Prime Minister – her handbag in hand – was seen as a tense confrontation with the chief of the EU Commission on the second day of the summit in Brussels

Last night, during a ten-minute pitch at the dinner at the summit in Brussels, Ms. May begged the other 27 leaders to ensure that in 2021 a new trade agreement would be in place to prevent the controversial measures from setting hard limits in Northern Ireland. .

After Mrs. May had started so that the EU leaders could discuss the proposals in private, My Juncker complained that the position of the UK was vague and inaccurate & # 39; used to be.

The prime minister had to promise that she was legally binding & # 39; would get guarantees to survive a conservative coup earlier this week – and Ms. May has even publicly admitted that she will not lead the party to the general election in 2022.

Mrs May's journey to Brussels came at the end of a week in which she had delayed the vote on her Brexit deal in Parliament before she won a vote of no confidence from MPs.

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