Give a dog a bone! Theresa May gives playful Collie a Christmas present while a canneline burys her on her way to church on Christmas Day. The Premier was accompanied by husband Philip when they arrived at St Andrews Parish Church in Sonning, Berkshire today. Before the service, she was seen as a gift for Blitz the Border Collie, who immediately recognized Mrs. May for the Collie, waved the premier a dog toy and offered to the eager pooch with glee
James Wood for Mailonline
06:46 AM EST, December 25, 2018
7:38 am EST, December 25, 2018
Theresa May appeared full of joy as she attended a morning church service at her local parish church – handing over a toy bone to a playful Border Collie named Blitz. She wore a bright red coat and was accompanied by husband Philip when they arrived at the St Andrews Parish Church in Sonning, Berkshire, where Ms. May is a regular admirer. Fortunately for the Collie, the premier waved a dog toy and offered it to the eager dog she had previously taken with the app.
Theresa May was accompanied by husband Philip when they arrived at the St Andrews Parish Church in Sonning, Berkshire, where she is a regular admirer. She offered the playful Collie, which is called Blitz, a packaged gift before she enters the church
The church, which is located in Maidenhead in its constituency, is regularly visited by Ms. May, the Border Collie and her owner. The Prime Minister leaned forward and gave Blitz a toy that she had wrapped up especially for the expected reunion
With a bright red coat and a scarf with a pattern, Ms. May was joined by husband Philip (photo) when they arrived at their local church. She is seen here as she approaches the church with a gift in her hand, ready to give a present to the playful Border Collie
Theresa May gives a dog named Blitz a Christmas present when she arrives in church with her husband Philip this morning. The owner of the dog is also on the picture for the 10.30am service
Blitz and his owner were already in the church in the village on the Berkshire River when Ms. May arrived. The dog immediately recognized the Prime Minister whom she admitted to be a fan and whom she regularly sees during her church visit on Sunday morning
Blitz the Border Collie and the Premier are fond of each other after their regular meetings outside the church. Mrs. May became so attached that she even brought a present on Christmas Day. Amber and his owner were already in the church in the Berkshire River when Mrs May arrived. The dog immediately recognized the premier whom she admitted to be a fan and whom she regularly visits during her church service visits on Sunday mornings. The Prime Minister leaned forward and gave Blitz the toy she had packed especially for the expected reunion. She then walked to the church for the annual Christmas morning service. Ms. May will enjoy a brief moment of political respite during the Christmas period, with MPs voting on her Brexit deal next month. It is expected that she will do everything she can in the coming weeks to get support for her plan. And in the new year, a week before the crunch vote, she invited all Tory members and their husbands to a party in Downing Street. The deal is currently being thwarted when MPs fear that the Irish backstop could catch Britain in the EU Customs Union.
Theresa May imagined throwing a ball for Blitz the Border Collie this month (December 16) while she and her husband Philip are following a church service at her Maidenhead constituency.
The prime minister is a regular church, locally in her constituency Maidenhead, Berkshire. She is pictured on attending the church on Sunday with her husband. She recently called on the country to find a common ground & # 39; in the run-up to a Brexit vote in the Commons next month. The backstop effectively keeps the UK in a customs union with the EU and Northern Ireland in both the customs union and the internal market. This means that many EU laws continue to be imposed on the UK and that there can be no new trade agreements. It also means legal controls of some goods that cross the Irish Sea. As it stands now, the Northern Irish MPs will not accept the plan because it would carry out controls on some goods between Britain and Northern Ireland. Numbers of the party came as the Justice Minister, David Gauke said it is likely that Ms. May does not pursue a Brexit deal if her deal fails. He led to new Tory power struggles by saying that he would be "very surprised if the premier that route went on & # 39; He also stood firm with his threat to quit as a no-deal was the government's number one Brexit policy – say he would make it very difficult. find to stay.
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