Reshuffle and the Environment: Theresa May's Week


The first week of Parliamentary business after the Christmas break was not a quiet one for the Prime Minister! 

On Monday, Theresa May began her Cabinet reshuffle, with changes at the top table and across the board of Ministerial ranks. Fantastically, lots of women received promotions and new appointments, from sitting in the Cabinet to the Whips office.

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On the first day of the reshuffle the PM wore her purple jersey Escada dress, pairing it with a pair of vintage red and leopard kitten heels from Russell & Bromley and her Celtic Treasure ring. Keeping warm when arriving at Downing Street, May wore her new Herno wool and padded jacket.

Tuesday brought day two of the reshuffle and the first meeting of the newly appointed Cabinet. The PM wore a textured black jacket and skirt, accessorising with the Amanda Wakeley oversized chain necklace and bracelet.

(And this photo of the PM and her female whips is simply iconic!)

On Wednesday, Theresa May took part in the first PMQs of 2018. It was back to business in her familiar navy Escada skirt suit and the Kitty leopard heels from Charlotte Olympia. May accessorised with the grey fabric bead necklace and bracelet, her Herno coat and the Vere satchel from Anya Hindmarch.

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On Thursday, the PM launched her 25 year plan for a cleaner, greener Britain. May wore a brown textured jacket with black trousers and the patent sparkly brogues from Russell & Bromley. A simple strand of pearls and her Herno coat completed this look.

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