By-elections and Brexit: Theresa May's Week


By-election success and the next stage of Brexit- this week was a successful one for the Prime Minister.

On Monday, Theresa May visited Stoke on Trent ahead of the by-election. Along with Conservative candidate Jack Brereton, the PM paid a visit to the Emma Bridgewater pottery factory. Keeping it simple in in a navy suit and white top, the PM wore the Cocktail slippers with tassel and sparkle detail for a chic take on a classic outfit.

Hot footing it back to London, Theresa May sat in the House of Lords chamber to watch the Brexit bill debate. Keeping a watchful eye over Peers, May is the first Prime Minister since John Major to sit in the upper chamber.

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On Tuesday, the Prime Minister phone canvassed for the by-election candidates in Copeland and Stoke at CCHQ.

On Wednesday, May took part in PMQs. She wore a black trouser suit and ivory cami, accessorising with a silver oversized Amanda Wakeley chain necklace and matching bracelet and the leopard Frame pumps from Russell & Bromley. Her bag was the Bathurst from Anya Hindmarch.

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On Thursday, the PM welcomed His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi to Number 10. Wearing a navy shift dress and matching coat, the PM accessorised with a new pair of snakeskin, studded red kitten heels and the Coup de Fouet Hermes scarf.

On Friday, the PM travelled to Copeland to celebrate the Conservative by-election victory. Keeping it country chic, she wore the a grey jacket and navy trousers, keeping warm in the Barbour Olive Beadnell jacket with a Liberty Purple Rose print and a turquoise scarf. May also spoke at the Conservative Councillors' Association conference on her way back to London.

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