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Theresa May wybiera świąteczną kartkę (7)

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Pictured: Christmas Card judging . PM Theresa May and Philip May chose this card by Chloe Hathaway as one of three winners. Prime Minister Theresa May took a break from Brexit negotiations to choose her official Christmas cards which have been designed by children in her constituency. The 62-year-old broke off from the tough Commons debates to sift through hundreds of cards sent to her by children aged 11 and under with her husband Philip, 61. Wearing a black, red and white pattered blazer and black trousers, the PM, who was in high spirits despite her Brexit struggles, looked deep in thought with her husband alongside her as they sorted through the entries. All the cards were designed by children in her Maidenhead and Twyford in Berkshire constituency, and will be sent to world leaders such as Donald Trump as well as a host of VIPs. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Baylis Media/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Christmas Card judging . PM Theresa May and Philip May chose these cards by (left/right) Chloe Hathaway, Dexter Van Elkan and Amelie Beard as the winners. Prime Minister Theresa May took a break from Brexit negotiations to choose her official Christmas cards which have been designed by children in her constituency. The 62-year-old broke off from the tough Commons debates to sift through hundreds of cards sent to her by children aged 11 and under with her husband Philip, 61. Wearing a black, red and white pattered blazer and black trousers, the PM, who was in high spirits despite her Brexit struggles, looked deep in thought with her husband alongside her as they sorted through the entries. All the cards were designed by children in her Maidenhead and Twyford in Berkshire constituency, and will be sent to world leaders such as Donald Trump as well as a host of VIPs. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Baylis Media/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Christmas Card judging . PM Theresa May judging the Christmas cards. Prime Minister Theresa May took a break from Brexit negotiations to choose her official Christmas cards which have been designed by children in her constituency. The 62-year-old broke off from the tough Commons debates to sift through hundreds of cards sent to her by children aged 11 and under with her husband Philip, 61. Wearing a black, red and white pattered blazer and black trousers, the PM, who was in high spirits despite her Brexit struggles, looked deep in thought with her husband alongside her as they sorted through the entries. All the cards were designed by children in her Maidenhead and Twyford in Berkshire constituency, and will be sent to world leaders such as Donald Trump as well as a host of VIPs. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Baylis Media/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Christmas Card judging . PM Theresa May judging the Christmas cards. Prime Minister Theresa May took a break from Brexit negotiations to choose her official Christmas cards which have been designed by children in her constituency. The 62-year-old broke off from the tough Commons debates to sift through hundreds of cards sent to her by children aged 11 and under with her husband Philip, 61. Wearing a black, red and white pattered blazer and black trousers, the PM, who was in high spirits despite her Brexit struggles, looked deep in thought with her husband alongside her as they sorted through the entries. All the cards were designed by children in her Maidenhead and Twyford in Berkshire constituency, and will be sent to world leaders such as Donald Trump as well as a host of VIPs. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Baylis Media/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Christmas Card judging . PM Theresa May and Philip May judging the Christmas cards. Prime Minister Theresa May took a break from Brexit negotiations to choose her official Christmas cards which have been designed by children in her constituency. The 62-year-old broke off from the tough Commons debates to sift through hundreds of cards sent to her by children aged 11 and under with her husband Philip, 61. Wearing a black, red and white pattered blazer and black trousers, the PM, who was in high spirits despite her Brexit struggles, looked deep in thought with her husband alongside her as they sorted through the entries. All the cards were designed by children in her Maidenhead and Twyford in Berkshire constituency, and will be sent to world leaders such as Donald Trump as well as a host of VIPs. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Baylis Media/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Christmas Card judging . PM Theresa May and Philip May chose this card by Dexter Van Elkan as one of three winners. Prime Minister Theresa May took a break from Brexit negotiations to choose her official Christmas cards which have been designed by children in her constituency. The 62-year-old broke off from the tough Commons debates to sift through hundreds of cards sent to her by children aged 11 and under with her husband Philip, 61. Wearing a black, red and white pattered blazer and black trousers, the PM, who was in high spirits despite her Brexit struggles, looked deep in thought with her husband alongside her as they sorted through the entries. All the cards were designed by children in her Maidenhead and Twyford in Berkshire constituency, and will be sent to world leaders such as Donald Trump as well as a host of VIPs. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Baylis Media/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Christmas Card judging . PM Theresa May and Philip May chose this card by Amelie Beard as one of three winners. Prime Minister Theresa May took a break from Brexit negotiations to choose her official Christmas cards which have been designed by children in her constituency. The 62-year-old broke off from the tough Commons debates to sift through hundreds of cards sent to her by children aged 11 and under with her husband Philip, 61. Wearing a black, red and white pattered blazer and black trousers, the PM, who was in high spirits despite her Brexit struggles, looked deep in thought with her husband alongside her as they sorted through the entries. All the cards were designed by children in her Maidenhead and Twyford in Berkshire constituency, and will be sent to world leaders such as Donald Trump as well as a host of VIPs. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. ? Baylis Media/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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