Home Secretary Theresa May visits University of Northampton to meet with MP Michael Ellis

News Page 16th November 2015

The Home Secretary Theresa May visited the University of Northampton’s Sunley Conference Centre today to meet with Michael Ellis, the Conservative MP for Northampton North.

Mrs May, who is a Member of Parliament for Maidenhead, has been Home Secretary since May 2010. While at the University of Northampton, Mrs May took part in a question and answer session with a group of over 50 people, including a number of religious leaders, emergency service representatives, University academics and students.

Mrs May had the opportunity to listen to ideas from community group leaders, discuss the impact of immigration policy on postgraduate international students, and talk about mandatory reporting in relation to female genital mutilation.

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