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Sunday, November 14th, 2004, 2:32 pm

Teresa May

While listening to the radio today, I heard Teresa May‘s name mentioned. Since I had a short conversation with her 4 years ago in Zermatt, I decided to look up her biography. Wikipedia revealed to me that I was discussing my career with the future chair of the British Conservative Party.

Here is a snippet from the site:

She joined the Shadow Cabinet proper in 1999 as Shadow Education and Employment Secretary, and since then, under Iain Duncan Smith had been in a variety of shadow cabinet posts, notably chairman. She is perhaps the most prominent woman in the Conservative Party since Margaret Thatcher.

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