Theresa May has asked advisers to examine whether files alleging abuse by senior figures in the 1980s were ever passed to the security services

Cameron calls claims of paedophile cover-up a 'conspiracy theory'

Theresa May has asked advisers to examine whether files alleging abuse by senior figures in the were ever passed to the security services

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Theresa May shows rather a lot of leg as she exits Downing Street

Prime Minister Theresa May had to hold her skirt together during talks with European Council President Donald Tusk

Theresa May and Donald Tusk

Theresa May shows rather a lot of leg as she exits Downing Street

Prime Minister Theresa May had to hold her skirt together during talks with European Council President Donald Tusk

The Prime Minister's choice of a short skirt with a high split has been discussed by Twitter users

Theresa May shows rather a lot of leg as she exits Downing Street

The Prime Minister's choice of a short skirt with a high split has been discussed by Twitter users

Theresa May

Theresa May shows rather a lot of leg as she exits Downing Street

Prime Minister Theresa May had to hold her skirt together during talks with European Council President Donald Tusk

Critical: One, Kate Maltby wrote: 'Seriously. Women have breasts, people. Even if they're Home Secretary. And even if they're over 40. *goes back to bed* #theresamay'

'Put yer baps away darling': Theresa May steals the show at the budget

Critical: One, Kate Maltby wrote: 'Seriously. Women have breasts, people. Even if they're Home Secretary. And even if they're over *goes back to bed*

British Home Secretary and Conservative leadership contender Theresa May waves outside the Houses of Parliament on July 7, 2016 in London, England. Theresa May has the backing of 199 fellow MPs after the second ballot for the leadership of the Conservative Party. Receiving 84 votes, Andrea Leadsom MP joins May on the shortlist presented to the Conservative Party members and Michael Gove was eliminated with 46 votes.

Browse Theresa May Remains The Favourite To Become Conservative Party Leader latest photos. View images and find out more about Theresa May Remains The Favourite To Become Conservative Party Leader at Getty Images.

A lacy bra peeking out from underneath her red dress, the Home Secretary caused quite the stir on Twitter, dividing opinion between those who called it a 'distraction' and others critical of such a debate.

'Put yer baps away darling': Theresa May steals the show at the budget

A lacy bra peeking out from underneath her red dress, the Home Secretary caused quite the stir on Twitter, dividing opinion between those who called it a 'distraction' and others critical of such a debate.

Doing a good job as Home Secretary is what counts, not making grand gestures, Theresa   May tells Allison Pearson.

Theresa May interview: 'I probably was Goody Two Shoes at school'

UNITED KINGDOM - Home Secretary sets out new spying laws which will force internet firms to help spies to hack into computers

British Prime Minister Theresa May and the President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani pose as they meet before a bilateral meeting during the United Nations General Assembly on September 20, 2016 in New York City on September 20, 2016 in New York City. World leaders have gathered in New York for the 71st session of the UN General Assembly. The annual gathering is an opportunity for a number of high-level meetings, sideline bilaterals and think tank addresses concerning global issues.

Browse The British Prime Minister Attends The Regular Session Of The UN General Assembly latest photos. View images and find out more about The British Prime Minister Attends The Regular Session Of The UN General Assembly at Getty Images.


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